Teh Squeaky Wheel
Sunday greetin’s, Wheelizens!
JimCo was not able to complete our current project at The HOA From Hell yesterday, but they are water-tight for today’s rain. Most of what remains is “cosmetic” (painting new downspouts and patched stucco as well as an HVAC unit which needs to be modified before we can roof the platform beneath it).
OTOH, Jim met a Board member who got up on the roof yesterday and the upshot is that said event may actually bode well for doing subsequent work there with far fewer hassles. We shall see…
We’re in the midst of getting ~2.5″ of rain in Happy Larryville today and tomorrow (which, being spread-out, ought not cause much trouble).
A blessed Sabbath, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!
Fatwa -- here’s hoping that additional work at Teh HOA From Hell will go easier. I see you have your menorah ready for this evening. Good design choice!
Thanks for your good wishes. (Wish we’d gotten done yesterday so we could send the final bill, as it usually takes 30+ days to get it paid; oh, well.)
The design of that menorah definitely appealed to my, erm, sensibilities.
Sure…somebody beat those guns into a menorah, but now we haz Uzis, bitchez!! 👿
as it usually takes 30+ days to get it paid
Sounds like a former client of mine. 30 days plus a phone call.
30 days plus a phone call.
30+ days is pretty standard for HOA work; property management companies for HOAs generally do two check runs per month.
But we got 10% upfront and 50% on delivery of materials, so we’ve got cash-flow…
Hey Wheelizens! Doesn’t look like we’ll be getting snow for Christmas this year. We don’t get that much. We did have a nice Thanksgiving snow anyway.
We both slept through church today. Harper’s alarm malfunctioned, which is my backup in case mine doesn’t wake me up--which happens, and I guess happened this morning.
Silver lining is that I’m rested up for my split shift tomorrow. So at least that’s good.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Solo Family!!!!!!!111
(I couldn’t find the English version)
I hope today went well for all -- raining here now, good storm that should stretch into tomorrow and beyond.