As for the car, I took it over to the garage my friend Carole recommended and she met me there. She took me home and then came back later and took me to work. I waited and waited to hear from her. She called about 5 p.m. It turns out that the new compressor was put on (which was a really hard job) and then he put in the freon. But it didn't get cold. So Carole's husband, Walt, took it back to his used car lot and put more in. It ran out as fast as he put it in. So now it is back at the original garage and tomorrow they will search for the broken hose. *sigh* It's never easy, is it? But I will get the car back tomorrow whether it is fixed or not. (I hope it is though). Carole was nice enough to come back for me at 8 p.m. and take me home and is going to pick me up and take me to work this morning.
Just one more day of work and then two days off. I am so looking forward to it.
For your Friday View I am going to show you the bee hive we have over the front door of the library. They have been there for years and have never bothered anyone. People are scared of them and are always coming in to tell us about them. We always say "We know. Don't bother them and they won't bother you." It doesn't always go over good, but what can we do? The city put up some screening to keep them out, but they found a way in anyway.
|Do you see them? Look way up at the tower.|
|Keep looking. They really are there.|
|How about now? Now you see them!|
Enjoy your day!