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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Yesterday turned out to be a very wonderful day.

After finding out in the morning that the garage door was going to cost us $90 an hour to have someone come out, look at, and fix it and that they couldn't come until today, it was fantastic to come home from work to discover that our son had looked at it and fixed it! Free of charge! And if it happens again, he figures he knows what he needs to do to fix it! On top of that, once again our furnace had quit working. The repairmen can't seem to find out what is wrong with it, but YAY for Q, he got it going again for me.

I had a great evening with the girls. They came over for supper and then we sat down to watch the season premiere of LOST. It was great to watch the "final chapter" prior to the new season beginning, as it helped to reacquiant us with what had taken place. Next week, according to the girls, I'm supposed to go over to their place. Seems like this might be one of those shows that we'll watch together!

My positives:
Furnace is working again.
Garage door is working again.
A wonderful evening with the girls.
Mauri....Happy Birthday!
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Thank you for stopping by for a visit. Have an incredible day...remember it's up to you!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BENDYBEE 2/3/2010 5:58PM

    How wonderful that your garage door is ok now! My fridge parts arrived last night (now I just need to sit down and figure out how to take the old bits apart and get the new bits back on)! It will happen.

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STORMTMB 2/3/2010 3:28PM

    Yeah for Quin and for good times with the family. Many blessing all around. Have a wonderful day!


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NJMATTICE 2/3/2010 7:28AM

    Have a great Wednesday!

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