Furnace frustrations

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This week two repairmen (individually) worked on my furnace. One departed, yesterday, proud of his accomplishment. Sadly, the furnace did not operate as the temperature dropped overnight.

Several CARE residents have, likewise, had problems with their propane appliances. For some residents, “oil in the propane” was the diagnosis. My furnace problem still unknown (but we can’t rule out oil in the propane).

Full disclosure: There is a “heat strip” in my air-conditioner that struggles to take the chill off my trailer home.  At 8:00 AM, the indoor temperature is sixty-seven degrees

Got up on the wrong side of the bed ?!

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My beautiful (imho) garden is gone!! Still so much to do!! “Vultures” now preying on me because I’m “between a rock and a hard place.” Thirty dollars, thirty minutes (this morning) to get my furnace working (and I “thought” he was a friend). Ten dollars to the teenager for moving twenty-three blocks and his father said “Pay the kid something.” I thought the father was a friend (eager to help me). ~~ Honestly, I am in “melt down” mode; screaming at people!!

Eviction is extremely stressful!!

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Turbulence !!

“Yours truly” is experiencing a “hiccup” in her life, a “bump in the road,” Blog messages will resume at a later date. Please keep me in your prayers.

Oh, my aching back !!

Pretend there is a long paragraph of information here with details regarding preparation for the move. I haven’t the energy to write… nor the heart.
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During the mildly strenuous work, I sprained my ankle. Gratefully, I didn’t fall; I was able to grab one of the garden decorations for support. However, with the “almost fall,” I twisted my back. Hence: “Oh, my aching back.”

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