My Hero

The poltergeist-y electric problem in my house turned out to be tree limbs interfering with electrical dooflatchies.  Cutting some branches down restored heat and hot water as well as everything else that required 220 current. 

The Appy Power guy was really surprised I wanted to take his picture.

6 thoughts on “My Hero

  1. Yeah ….. the blog-free people don’t quite understand the photo thing, do they! LOL

    I once attracted a whole gaggle of police officers watching me photograph a scarf on one of the alligator sculptures. Finally their curiosity got the best of them and they asked my husband WHAT was I doing.

    He said, “You can’t see? She’s putting a scarf on that alligator.” LOL

    • LOL. We had a person decorating places in downtown Charleston (WV) – I don’t know if he/she is still at it or not, but it was a hoot and a holler.

      If I could knit (or crochet), I’d be swathing Huntington in yarn.

      I still feel a little self-conscious when I start taking photos when there’re people around, but I’m getting over it.

    • I am too. The tree branches were a separate issue. I still needed to have the circuit box replaced, so it’s not like I spent $1500 on nothing.

      We had high winds the day of my Exorcist Power Problems – had I not just had all that work done, I probably would have assumed it was a tree and started walking the line. When you live in barely clearing forest clearing, you’ve got to expect tree/power line problems.

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