Now, late Friday afternoon was the beginning of the Columbus Day long weekend, so that was one strike against me. I did get the town maintenance guy to come look at the sewer line under the street, but he didn't want to get the jet truck to jet the line because he was clocked out for the weekend and would be back to work on Tues. Our regular drain routering guy was gone because they'd just had a baby and the baby was having some issues. Strike two. So I called another guy who had done our drains before. He wasn't home either but I left a message which never got returned. Strike three.
So this morning I set my alarm for bright and early and called no. 3 at about 7:15 and he agreed to send someone to my house by mid-morning. Then called guy no. 1 to make sure he remembered he was going to jet the main sewer line this morning. He did and he did. Guy no. 3's guy showed up and routered the line from the house to the main and all is well. So, appreciate your plumbing. I appreciate mine more than I did last week. You just don't realize how much you run water until you can only run a very small amount once in a great while.
After all that drama I decided I was going to get a quilt loaded on the Premier and do a little quilting. The poor machine was probably thinking I'd totally abandoned it since it's been so long since I quilted anything.
|Orange Crush loaded on the machine|