How to tell if you’re getting too hot
Posted March 15, 2018 12:03:37 A woman in her 60s who lives in an apartment complex with no air conditioning told AP that she is getting too much heat.
She said her hair is starting to fall out because it has become too much of a fire hazard.
The woman said her son’s hair has also become too hot and she wants to get rid of it.
She has been putting on some clothes to help cool her hair down, but they don’t seem to be doing much good.
She asked for the AP to use her last name because she fears retribution from the landlord or her son.
The AP visited the apartment complex in the northern part of Houston and interviewed a woman who said she has been complaining about overheating since last spring.
The tenant, who did not want to be identified because she feared retaliation, said she’s had to use a blow dryer and a hair dryer to keep her hair dry.
Her hair is thick and her face is red and it’s becoming very uncomfortable, she said.
Her son is only two years old, she added.
She worries that his hair could burn up in a fire and the heat will cause a severe burn to his face.
She added that she has tried several ways to cool her house down, and none of them seem to work.
She had been using a hair curler to keep the heat down.
The hair dryers and blow dryers she uses don’t keep the hair dry as well, she told AP.
She also tried using a pillow to cool the hair.
She didn’t like the heat, so she started cutting the hair to the size she likes.
She bought a comb and a comb washer that works just fine.
“My hair is a mess,” she said, adding that it’s become a fire danger because she has to put her son in a room with it.
Another woman said she is worried that the heat has caused her scalp to swell.
She told AP she bought a hair clipper and put it on her head for a few days.
But her scalp has become more red and swollen.
She is worried she could get a rash if she gets a fever.
“I’m worried my scalp will get hot,” she told the AP.
“The heat is really affecting me,” said the woman, who asked to remain anonymous.
“The heat makes my hair fall out.”
The heat has made her skin red, she also said.
“It’s really hot.
It’s a nightmare.
The AP tried several methods to cool off. “
This is my life,” she added, her voice breaking.
The AP tried several methods to cool off.
The first was putting on a towel to cool down, which did little to stop the heat.
Then, the woman put on a hair brush and hair clippers.
“But that didn’t work,” she explained.
But after putting on her hair comb, the heat turned the hair into a fire.
She began putting on more clothes to keep it cool.
The women who answered the phone said they were getting heat in their rooms and couldn’t get their hair comb or brush to work properly.
The heat is also making their hair fall and the clippers they use to cut it out are making it worse, they said.
Many people in Houston have complained about overheated apartments and heating problems, and some of the people who live there have filed complaints with the city.
AP reporter Mike De Sisti contributed to this report.