Monday, June 19, 2017

Okay, so the supervisor calls back...

...from Best Home Services in Sarasota Florida and this man tells Hubby that the thermostat was never recalled, and Hubby says you should inform your repair man since that is what he told me. And get this he says that the fellow called our home at 4:16 P.M. and it rang for a minute and a half!
Hubby told him no it didn't we were watching the news and had the phone right next to us!
Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!
And besides their policy is to call a half an hour before they arrive and the last time I checked 4:16 P.M. is over an hour before 5:20 P.M. when he did actually arrive without a phone call at all!

Any-way, they are to be here again Thursday between ten and four; not likely! Ha, make me a believer!
This time it is for a complete cleaning and check up as was originally scheduled last week before the emergency call!
And yes, no air-conditioning with a person who has Multiple sclerosis is an emergency, and I also have asthma! The weather daily is into the nineties before the rain comes, and then during and after the humidity is unbearable if we were to open the windows when the temperature goes down to the seventies while raining! Plus on occasion the rain's angle could come in through the screens!

Anyway, it should be interesting on Thursday when they finally do get here?

Moving on...

I was right!
Hubby did want to use his new toy, the power washer, but... it is very powerful and the paint was coming off the fence and he was just trying to remove the mildew/mold from all this rain!
Yep, the dirt caused on the rear fence turned to green!
And he was trying to get that, but now as soon as he gets a chance he will be spraying the bleach/water 50/50 and then get it with his power washer that is electric, so rain is the reason he had to stop!
Meanwhile I do have some PICS to share:
 
Little orange froggy sitting on the fence!
Ponderosa Lemon tree Hubby grew from its momma's tree seed! It is the one in the middle above in that very pretty light teal or turquoise planter on a wheelie system to move easily if need be. It is in-between two pony-tail palms that also are very easy to propagate here too, sticking their branches in good soil. 
And below is a broken lemon tree branch that Hubby just stuck in the soil and it began growing by throwing out leaves! It is sitting on the bench/ live well that is alongside the fish pond and serves doing double duty as a bench and as a holding tank for our fish when the pond is cleaned out, Hubby had spar varnished its teak wood top, the tub is made out of fiberglass.
Guess he finally did receive his Grandma's green thumb! 
 
                                                                                                       Mandevillas in pink below that replaced the two white ones that did not survive, they now seem to be acclimating nicely, attaching to their trellises. They are on the other side of the fence to the pool, and behind the lemon tree and palms are on the other side.  


 The fence will be cleaned once the rain stops for awhile.


Happy night to all and do share those blessings and we will too!
 
And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!
 
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