If you own a home you probably have figured out that there is always something that needs to be done. Proper maintenance is a must or a house will fall apart around you. Sometimes it is just minor things that need to be taken care of. A coat of paint works wonders on tired walls.
Major repairs might be things like getting a new roof or remodeling a kitchen or bath. Our bath and basement have been redone in the last five years.
Some things I can handle myself. I wield a mean paint roller. Other things—no way. Two weeks ago we had a problem that there was no way I could fix. Of course, the problem should not have arisen in the first place. It is my own fault that it happened.
It was one of those things that I knew I should take care of, but I kept putting it off because things were flowing smoothly and I had a back-up list of other things that, at least in my mind, took priority. I had good intentions of taking care of this, but we all know what’s paved with good intentions.
So, during one of the coldest weeks of the year the flow of things is disrupted. I had no choice; I called for help. I just had to wait for the person I called to fit me in. I also had to wait for a day when it would be warmer than single digits. That day came and so did the guy I called. Thankfully, things are flowing smoothly once again.
I realize that I did not mention what kind of problem I had. I am not going to do it here either. However, if you carefully look at this post you should be able to figure out who I called for help and that should tell you what my problem was