Drip, Drip, Drip

That is the sound of the sweat rolling off my fore head on to the desk. Wednesday evening our AC unit quit working. One of the guys we go to church with checked it out yesterday. The compressor is shot. Now we need a new unit. Yikes. Any idea how much a unit costs to cool a 2200 square foot house? I won’t tell. It might give you a panic attack. The one we had wasn’t big enough. We had a 3 ton and we need a 4 ton. Whatever that means. 🙂 So hopefully by the end of next week we will have a new unit put in. We went and bought some fans and an evaporator fan. You put ice packs in the water and it blows out cold air. Pretty neat. We almost bought a window unit for the den but we won’t need it after we get the other one. So we just got fans. We can always use those.

Tim’s surgery time changed on Monday. We did have to be there at 5:30am. Now we have to be there at 9am. Which is A OK with me. The hospital is over an hour away. We would of had to leave at 4 am. I don’t like driving that far early in the morning. Tim can’t drive. Poor guy. I sure hope this surgery makes him feel normal again. He is in so much pain. Say a prayer for us.

4 thoughts on “Drip, Drip, Drip

  1. oh, yeah, i know how much it costs – we’ve had to install 2 in the last 3 years (our house is zoned for 2 units, one for up and one for down)! good luck with the surgery – and with cooling down again.

  2. Morning Holly,

    You must be sweating bullets down there. It seems like we have been going thru our share of appliances breaking down, but I cannot imagine your A/C unit. Hope all goes well with surgery tomorrow. Let us know.
    Love you,

  3. Prayers for a successful surgery. May God’s hands guide the surgeon. I’ll be thinking of you. Sending hugs.

  4. Believe me, I understand completely how you feel with no air………Kevins mother does not believe in using the air conditioner and we drip, drip, drip and drip some more in this 90 plus temps. I sure hope that surgery goes well and he is back to normal soon.

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