...I'd have no luck at all!
Taking a leap into an expensive project took a lot of thought. We went back & forth because the economy hasn't been great, business hasn't been great and we're not big risk takers when it comes to financials.
After debating the issue for a while we decided this weekend to have a deck built on the back of our house. We made the arrangements with the builder & paid for the materials.
The next day I discovered that one of our toilets was leaking & had been for a little while. Ugh.
That was fixed on Wednesday.
It was that same day I noticed my car making an odd squeaky noise. Then I noticed it was idling a bit harder than usual. Ugh.
I mentioned it to S when it didn't stop so he made arrangements to take it to the shop today and I was going to drive my "old" car to work.
That should be fixed today when a new water pump is installed.
I get into the car this morning and turn the key. Nothing. I try again and it's still not cutting on so I called S at work to give him more bad news. Ugh.
When he gets there he tries charging the battery but that doesn't seem to be the issue. A few more attempts - nothing.
The car has been sitting in the same place for a while so he rolls it down the driveway just to make sure it's getting gas. Eureka!
That did it thank goodness.
I feel sorta like the "grim reaper" of stuff this week. I wouldn't be surprised if S stop taking my calls.
Hell, I don't want to make anymore calls.
In my estimation I'm due for some good luck so I'm headed out to buy a lottery ticket or two.
That is if my car starts.