My mother in law has one. She broke her hip about 7 years ago and can hardly walk now. She can't stand up unless she holds onto something. She recently started using it. We are always worried that she is going to fall again. She is 82.
Hi my Friend! Thanks for your message on my page re your water heater problem. You know, life throws things at us and each of us has to decide how to resolve the issue. I get rather Boadicea-like when something I've bought or a service I've paid for goes badly wrong. Sometimes I wish I could let things like that wash over me, but the injustice eats away at me and I feel obligated to ramp things up if my perfectly reasonable and nicely delivered request to discuss the matter, and get some sort of resolution, is dealt with in a dismissive and uncaring manner. However, in the big scale of things, my life wouldn't end if I didn't tackle the problem - it would just be me, choosing to be forever resentful about it, who would be the loser. Some lovely people are able to draw a line under instances like yours, or even the ones like I've had and wrote about to you recently, and not beat themselves up about it. I would never sit in judgement on people who choose to deal with something differently from the way I respond.
Life is for the living and you've got it sussed alright. Enjoy your new water heater and whatever decisions you make as to how to deal with Sears. Over here in England their name is well known, but not in association with anything bad; the perception has always been good. It's only now, when I read the experiences of people who've actually dealt with them, that the scales from my eyes have been lifted!
✫Έ.*΄*.Έ΄*.Έ Έ.*΄*.Έ✫Έ.*΄*.Έ For yesterday I hold no apologies, For tomorrow I hold no answers, Today is a gift and I will honor it by fully living in it. ~~Mary Anne Radmacher-Hershey~~ Έ.*΄*.Έ✫Έ.*΄*.Έ ✫٭ Get Ready For A Wonderful Weekend!٭✫ Pat