It has been one of THOSE weeks. I ended up going to the dentist from the pain in my tooth. I was hoping it'd be an easy fix; you know, a filling came out, put it back in and move on. Of course not! Cracked tooth, crown, possible root canal and no insurance. I cried, he tried to seal it and then I left.
I took the Drama Queen to the optometrist for her eye exam. Nearsighted. Glasses. That was actually fun, picking out glasses for her.
After that, we headed to our next appointment. Not so fun. Not so great. More later.
The Sear's repairman came out and fixed the seal on our washing machine. Again. He said the ring was off. OK, can you put it back on? He says it's fixed, so hubby starts doing laundry for me, cause he's great that way. And we survive Tuesday.
But on Wednesday, I am headed off to yet ANOTHER appointment. I run into the garage to grab something and my feet become soaked.
The garage is full of water.
I am thinking it is a very good thing that I do not have a laundry room in my house, because it would be thoroughly damaged at this point.
I walk into the living room and tell hubby, "The garage is full of water again. And I have to leave. I"m sorry. If I were you, I'd go straight to the escalation department this time."
And I walk out. Because I am thinking that really, the Sear's people do NOT want to even hear my voice.
While I was waiting for my appointment, hubby calls. He says that the repairman is coming out to the house. AGAIN. He says that he told them he's done and wants the machine fixed TODAY and a new machine since this one can't manage to stay fixed. AGAIN.
By the time I get home, the repairman shows up.
AGAIN! He says he doesn't know why the seal came off. AGAIN. I really don't care. I just want to make sure it doesn't happen. AGAIN. I hear hubby tell him he is tired of spending his days waiting around for Sear's repairmen.
I'm afraid to try and do laundry. I have more appointments today and don't have time to deal with another flood. I think I'll wait until hubby comes home…………………..
If you're interested in reading about my other Sear's Fiasco's (and there are a LOT of them now), you can go here; I'm actually thinking of starting a blog just for Sears. What do you think?
at Good, True and Beautiful. I'm pretty sure that I can simply say, my joy this week is my hubby, and his willingness to, well, be mine and give me joy.