It’s been another long day.� So it’s been a long week.� I was sick.� Our old dood, Sweets (the Chihuahua) was sick.� Puppies spent the day at kindergarten.� More plumbing trouble.� Girl didn’t hardly sleep last night (so neither did Mommy).� So yeah.� I’m beat.� I’ve got nothing left in me to write a blog post.� So here’s something cute from another MomWriter friend of mine.� A super cheap and adorable little angel ornament you can make up for all your kids friends, teachers, and family members:
How many times does it take to have a plumber actually FIX whatever the heck is wrong? Seriously? We’ve now had people from the city out four times, and had someone we hired privately out twice… and the issue with our basement flooding over and over again is still going on. We’ve had a couple different drains snaked, and one of them had a video feed fed through it so we could actually see the pipes, but now it looks like we need to stick video equipment down another drain. ACK! It just never seems to end. 😦
While I read to the girl and put her to sleep, Damon has been out at my Grampa’s place. He’s borrowing a toilet snake. When he gets home we’re going to snake that particular drain ourselves and see if that makes a difference.
Good grief. I mean seriously. I just want this over and done with so we can start enjoying our new home.
Don’t even get me started… another LONG day dealing with plumbing issues. Seriously, not a happy camper. And while last time it was tree roots on city property, this time it’s apparently an internal problem. How many plumbing problems can one house have?!?!? Good grief. Seriously, we only moved in a couple weeks ago. GAH!
I love my house, I love my house, I love my house… I have to keep saying it to remind myself. Jeepers. I really do love my house, but how many things can one family be expected to deal with so soon after taking possession before they snap? Ugh.
It has been a long couple of days. The water started coming in yesterday morning, and kept right on coming through most of today. It finally stopped at about 3:00 or so. And the folks from the city got to work in our basement at about 6:00. I’m way to exhausted to even think. So long story short? We had issues with roots and pipes knocking heads. It’s “fixed” now, but only after damage to our basement – water and sewage can do nasty things to a home even if they’re only a couple inches high. It also appears that this will likely be an ongoing problem for the next 18 months or so – as that’s how long it takes for things to “settle” after this type of a problem. Like I said, this whole thing just has me exhausted… physically and emotionally.