Let myself in, furnace was broken, let myself out

It was obvious that there was some kind of problem with an open window or a broken heater.

Have you ever been in that awkward stage of a new relationship, when you’re not exactly sure where boundaries lie? That’s where I’m at currently with the new guy that I’ve been seeing for a few months now. I know that we aren’t in the early infancy stages of our relationship, but I also don’t want to make him uncomfortable by overstepping any lines. Recently, he gave me a set of his keys so I could get into his apartment and have easier mornings when I work from home there. I really appreciate the gesture, but I’ve been unsure if using the keys is too much. That’s why, I basically panicked the other day after an unfortunate decision and terrible timing. I was waiting in my car for my boyfriend to get back to his apartment from a walk with his dog, when I got rather impatient and decided to use the keys. I carefully let myself in the apartment and saw that it was totally empty. The next thing I noticed was the ice cold air temperature. The longer that I stood in the doorway, the colder the air felt. It was obvious that there was some kind of problem with an open window or a broken heater. I didn’t want to poke around his apartment without him being present, so I couldn’t investigate the heating problem on my own. I wanted to send him a text message about the frigid air temperature, but I also didn’t want him to think I had broken the heater. Finally, as my fingers and nose became numb, I decided I should just leave the unheated apartment and wait in my nice, warm car. He could discover the broken furnace and I would get off scot-free.
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