The other evening my biggest (and, lets be honest, only) fan was forced to talk to me via IM as I have not posted in awhile. And how do I know he’s my biggest fan? you might ask: google stalk-a-lytics. That’s right, there’s a GIANT dot on my parent’s hometown. And then a similar GIANT dot on the town my dad works in. I mean, seriously, dad, I only post a couple times a week max … no need to hit my blog 8 times a day … though, my google analytics numbers do appreciate it …
So, March has been a month of getting everything fixed. I have had to leave early and go in late so much, I’m sure my coworkers are starting to wonder if I really work anymore.
From vent cleaning to oil changes to new tires to 5 fillings, (and I’m not even done yet …) to having a plumber cut a hole in my ceiling, to having a mold-man take a closer look at the hole in my ceiling, to a new cruise control sensor, everything just seems to be needing work. Which means doling out an awful lot of money …
I. paid. a. plumber. $200. to. cut. a. HOLE. in. my. LIVING. ROOM. CEILING. so. she. could. tell. me. the. pipes. were. fine. And then she left. And now I have a HOLE in my CEILING.
I am currently waiting for the mold man. I am going to pay him $150 to LOOK at my water damage situation. He was cheaper than the first guy I called. (Oh, btw, my shower is leaking into the living room. Because the husband and I are caulk-deficient slubs.)
Depending on what he finds, I will likely give him much, much more money to destroy my house.
And then I may need to find someone else to fix the rampant destruction. I’m sure the mold man could do it, but I hate my tub and shower. I don’t want him to restore my bathroom to its previous state. If it’s going to be torn up, I want to put something better in.
So, for all my fans, that’s where I’ve been. Giving all my money away so I can get my house, my cars, and me fixed up.