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Monday, January 21, 2013

I'm having a really bad day today and I'm glad to have a place to vent my frustrations. Sometimes a person just has to say out loud all that is bothering them and today is my day. My daughter called that her kitten is sick and might have to be put down. She is only 13 years old but hasn't been eating for days and lost lots of weight. She goes back to the vet this afternoon and hopefully he can help her.

I'm still sick and today it comes with a fever and bad cough. If it was only one thing I could handle it better but then I get a call from home that my furnace broke and the house was registering about 41 degrees. Furnace man came and it needs parts but my biggest concern is that the pipes froze. Right now the water is turned off but when we turn it back on, will there be a flood??

Then another call that the fridge went and I lost all the food I had left in the freezer which was a lot! I had cleaned out the fridge part but I always leave the things I can't take with me in the freezer and for 6 years it worked out fine. This year it didn't. SO now although I am grateful that my daughter cleaned it out already, I still have to buy a new fridge when I get home.

Now we hear about a new thing from the furnace man that moniters the temperture in the house and if it goes under a certain degree that we set, it call us on the phone and we can alert someone to go there right away. It also has a sensor for the basement in case water goes on the floor from a frozen pipe, outside flood or any other reason. It's about $80 and if we had this before we left, we would have save lots of money.

I always try to look on the good side of things and will be awaiting word tomorrow when the furnace man goes back with the parts to see if there is more damage. Keeping my fingers crossed. Right now it is monkeyed to work but he says it won't last long. Another worry that something might happen to it.

We asked my daughter if we needed to come home to oversee anything but she said for right now that she is handling it all. I know they are getting a cold snap tomorrow and I pray that all goes well. Being sick and traveling home thru Washington DC is not something I look forward to but if need be, I'll have to do it.

Ahhh, I feel better just getting all this out. I guess I am lucky that most of my woes can be fixed, it will just cost me. I am grateful that things are not worse and I pray that her kitten makes it thru as she is such a part of the family.
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HZGLORY 1/23/2013 12:36AM

    Noreen, I am glad you got it out. It always helps me to share my frustrations, then I don't carry them around driving me nuts. Man you do have a handful all at once. I hate that when things hit all at once. It is like someone has it out for you. But you are handling it well and better than I would. Hang in there I am sure the sunny days will come, man I am ready for spring already and February and March are some of our coldest months. Well Big Hug! Susan

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CJJANISS 1/22/2013 12:22PM

    hope it all works out and you're feeling better soon! :)


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SPROCKETS1 1/22/2013 11:57AM

    {hugs} Wish I lived nearby and could help!

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PARKERB2 1/21/2013 4:26PM

    Get well soon. You can replace the things but not the cat so I am hoping that turns out all right. Have a good day. emoticon

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AMYTRIPP 1/21/2013 3:12PM

    Feel better soon.

Sometimes it seems like all the bad stuff heaps on all at once. But, you're so right, every bit of this can be fixed - so don't worry too much about it. It sounds like you have a wonderful daughter taking care of all of this.

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VICKI-BISHOP56 1/21/2013 1:35PM

  Hope everythings not as bad as it seems and you'll feel better soon. emoticon emoticon

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