Posted November 11, 2018 11:18:24After his father’s death, Mark was diagnosed with chronic bronchitis and eventually had a cardiac arrest.
When he returned to work, he found that his work was no longer being done.
He took it upon himself to get rid of all the cold rooms in the building and to use the power of a fan to make room for his new hot room.
“The power goes out and I’m just sitting there trying to figure out how to keep the electricity going,” he said.
“You just go down and look around and try to figure it out.
And if it doesn’t work, you just say, ‘It’s just a cold room.'”
He said it took a while for him to figure that out, but he finally got it down to one power outlet, and it was working fine.
When Mark got to the cold room, he saw how much work it was taking to make space for the new hotroom.
“It was a lot of work,” he laughed.
“It was not a very pleasant feeling.
And I was just thinking, ‘This is going to be a lot better than what I was used to.'”
Mark has now turned his attention to another piece of his childhood home, which was also renovated in the 1990s.
The house was once home to a small furniture store and then the furniture store itself was destroyed by fire in 2010.
It is now being renovated, and its purpose is to become a “cool home.”