Monday, February 16, 2015

Furnace, Car Window, Furnace

I believe I told you that our furnace upstairs went out last month--on one of the coldest weekends of the year.  The repairman came out on a Sunday and, well, repaired it.  Last week, while running errands, the driver's side window on my car lowered itself and wouldn't budge to go back up.  It was the second coldest day of the year and I was driving around town with the window down!!  That got repaired on Friday/Saturday.  This morning, the furnace upstairs isn't working.  The repairman will be out this afternoon.  Do I want your sympathy?  Yes, please!  In the meantime, what is a cold dog to do?


This is what I found after my shower this morning.

19 comments:

  1. what ever works is my motto, he looks comfy and warm.. so sorry it is out again... don't put your window down until it is spring. LOL.... hope it is an easy fix today

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  2. So sorry you are having these problems. I hope your furnace is soon working again. Oliver look cozy. I'm getting ready to make my move to Waynesboro, and it is supposed to be -10 on Thursday. I think I;ll wait a little longer.

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  3. Ugh! Stay warm....we've resorted to our Eden Pure heaters to help in this extreme cold. Spring and warmer weather will be SO welcome!!

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  4. Oliver! So happy to see him, as you hardly ever post him. Oh no, isn't this the very same furnace that was just repaired, the upstairs one?? He should only charge you for labor since he didn't fix it good the last time. A streak of bad breakdowns for sure. And the window just lowering itself, that is kind of spooky. How is the weather there? It has been 1 degree here and our snowstorm has just started, supposed to get between six and ten inches.

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    1. It was the downstairs furnace that was repaired a few weeks back.

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  5. I'm sorry about your furnace. Hopefully it will be warm and cozy before night fall. We are bracing for a winter storm here--probably mostly ice, The strange but wonderful world of blogging--it would have been news for me to read Bev's comment here and learn she had not moved yet, except for an email from my sister this morning saying she had sat next to Bev at church yesterday and heard she was waiting until the weather warmed up a bit where she is moving! :-)

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  6. Wondering if all of this applies to Murphy's Law. Sorry to hear this and you truly have my sympathy as it is still so bitter cold here, with still way too much snow on the ground. It's 7 degrees now with later in the week being even colder, supposedly. Looks like Oliver is nice and cozy! I'm thinking Spring and wishing you the Best!

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  7. You deserve all of the sympathy you can get Bonnie. I'm so sorry you've had to go through this. When a cold front was approaching the Bahamas, the weather forecaster always said, "you'll need a side blanket tonight." You definitely need a side blanket.
    Sam

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  8. So sorry to hear your heater is out again! It's been painfully cold in Philly too. I have to chuckle at Sam's comment, I'm sure you need a blanket for each side and the top:@) Take care!

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  9. Our coldest winter yet! You have my sympathy for the problems!

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  10. I hope it all gets squared away. Not fun having these issues in the middle of winter!

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  11. Oh my, hope everything gets fixed soon.
    I think Oliver had the right idea!

    M :)

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  12. So sorry! Not a good time for things to be breaking. :( Snuggle up with Oliver- he knows how to stay warm! :)

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  13. They say is comes in threes; I hope you are all done with the cold troubles, Bonnie! Oliver is pretty darn cute trying to snuggle himself some warmth! Hoping you have a MUCH better week! blessings ~ tanna

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  14. Bless your heart... So sorry you are having so many problems... This crazy weather is unbelievable. As much as I love winter, I do NOT like ICE (which is what we got yesterday)....

    Stay WARM --and I hope nothing else goes wrong.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  15. Oh dear Bonnie, thinking of you with all the cold weather and troubles you've been having.
    The boy looks wonderful! Keep warm. Hugs xx

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  16. Yikes! I’m sorry to hear about all the unfortunate situations you’ve been through, especially with the furnace. The cold is quite difficult to bear, especially in one of the coldest times of the year. Anyway, how are things doing with your furnace? I hope you had that fixed already. Take care!


    Brett Rogers @ Flame Furnace

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  17. I'm sorry about what happened to your furnace, especially since it broke down during one of the coldest weekends of the year. That must have been really frustrating, but I'm glad you survived. Hahaha! Anyway, how is it now? Have you gotten it repaired already? I just hope that it will be in great condition for a long time. Thanks for sharing that! All the best!

    Henrietta Fuller @ Bri-Tech HVAC

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  18. That was quite unfortunate. I can only imagine how I’d survive if the furnace died down during the cold season. There is nothing that requires a quick and immediate fix more than that. At the repairman was able to come to your aid soon after, so you did not have to endure the cold for too long. That is always a welcome intervention.

    Jodi Bennett @ Marsh Heating

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