Friday, August 14, 2015

Friday

Yay, we made it to Friday. I left for work this morning and tried to turn the air conditioner on in my car and nothing. Tried all of the controls, and I have no air, vent, heat, or defroster. I'm not sure what happened because it was working fine yesterday. The drive into work was OK since it was only around 73°, and it wasn't too bad this afternoon on the drive home since it was about 83°, and I had the windows open, so it was breezy. Fortunately we only have about 13 miles to drive home. 

I just bought the car in March, so I called and made an appointment for tomorrow morning. This should be covered under the warranty. I will keep you updated on what happens at the dealership tomorrow. 

My daughter wants to know what we have done to make any air conditioning not want to work for us lately. lol  I will say though that the air conditioner in the house was working just fine when I turned it back on this morning. 



I brought bologna and cheese sandwiches for lunch today along with some pasta salad and water to drink. 


For tonight's dinner, I had several tomatoes that I needed to use up before they spoiled, so I diced them for dinner tonight. I boiled some spaghetti noodles and added the tomatoes along with some olive oil and basil.  It was good and refreshing. I served it with the rolls I bought at Walmart this week also some brussel sprouts from the freezer, which I heated up as well. 

No money spent today. How was your day?

Belinda
Live simply by not spending money you don't have.
© Belinda & Frugal Workshop, 2011 - 2015.

4 comments :

  1. Sorry you have made the A/C fairies upset, hope the dealership takes good and quick care of your car.

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  2. Friends UPS'ed to us a Styrofoam box of Omaha Steak products. I have not counted the number of meat meals, but perhaps between 21 to 25. In addition, there are desserts and french fries. DH will have the pleasure of the meals because health-wise, I am limited to small amounts of organic meats and non-salted foods.

    Adding veggies and salads, DH will be eating well as our grocery costs decrease. The friends do this 2 or 3 times yearly. It is one of Martha Stewart's good things.

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