I work in the city Denver, even though I drive every afternoon and day from a small town located about 45 min away from the city. I used to live full time in Denver, but my partner and I thought it would be better to raise our children outside of the city. All of us purchased a whole house in a suburb outside of Denver and I chose to commute back and forth to work everyday. Most mornings, the drive to Denver is easily uneventful. I leave home an hour before I am due to arrive and I usually end up at the office a few minutes ahead of time. The drive back home is a little bit different, because traffic is always hectic. It seems like more people leave Denver at the same time while I was in the day rush minute. On our way home from work last week, the A/C in our car stopped working. It was a easily overheated summer time day. The temperature outside was 95 degrees. I did not expect the A/C to stop working and I was easily aggravated and irritated when sizzling air started coming out of the vents. I rolled down the window, but traffic wasn’t moving quickly so I did not get any wind or breeze. Most people believe in snow and mountains when they feel Denver, but the summer time months are just as overheated and uncomfortable as many tropical locations around the country. The drive home was miserable, and I was seriously happy to finally get back home to a chilly atmosphere and a comfortable recliner. The car is still at the dealership receiving an examination. I hope the repairs will not be too significant.