We went to IHop afterwards and while Mom had an omelet (which she barely ate)...I decided to have an early Thanksgiving dinner since we don't plan on having one on the actual day. Too much trouble to cook something just for two people.
The mash potatoes were dry and the turkey was horrible but you would have never been able to tell it as I managed to scarf it all down.
Afterwards I stopped by the local locksmith as we have been unable to open the front door in the past month...seems that darn DISH guy besides giving us his flu...also managed to damage the front door mechanism after slamming it.
In a perfect world I would have probably walked out after my first encounter with this outfit...but when they are the only player in town...one does not have much choice.
Was told he would be here as soon as his lunch hour was over, but that was not the case. I would have liked to have had the courtesy of a call...but none ever came. So three and a half hours later and after I had to call them as to the status of their arrival...he finally showed up.
It was not an easy job and it took two hours and a beating of the front door to get it to open. All in alI I was pleased with the final result. I also had a lock installed in the outside bathroom and he fixed the door mechanism to our junk room.
When I stopped at their office, I was told they charged in fifteen minute increments so I was a bit pissed as he spent 17 minutes trying to tell another customer over the phone how to resolve his issues. Luckily, I was only charged a $45.00 service fee, a labor fee plus the bathroom lock and it came in a little over a hundred bucks. For the peace of mind it provided...it was well worth it.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.
Though it had nothing to do with the SPURS...I just got through watching the Lakers vs. Golden State Warriors game. Only if you are a true Spurs fan can you relish this score LAL 77, GSW 111...talk about making my night...that is besides the beautiful full moon this evening :)