SOFT_VAL67
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today feels like friday

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

for some reason, i dont know why, it has just felt like friday.
my cars heater went out yesterday, it had been trying to mess up on me recently, but yesterday finally went.
so after 4 hours in the ice cold and 70 bucks spent at the parts store, my brother, bless his heart, got it fixed.
but all the work ran my battery down, so today, i had to buy battery terminals and get that fixed.
i still am not 100 percent sure about the heat, because i havent been able to drive it.
maybe tomorrow.
i dont know how it is for all of you out there, but here in my neighborhood, i have many many neighbors struggling with their electric bills.
ky power really stuck it to us here, we live in the coal fields and my man along with hundreds of others in this region risk their lives under ground mining the coal out, and yet, we cant catch a break on our electric bills.
a friend told me last week that he was sick and i asked if he had the flu, and he said no, the stress of worrying about his 600 dollar electric bill was more than he could take.
im just venting.
did 20 minutes on my bike and might do 20 more to release some of this stress.
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  • SPARKLOVE
    I keep my heat turned down low , but I feel cold all the time. I can't afford high winter bills either. I am glad I invested in a eclectric blanket , so I can sleep good.

    Sorry to hear about your car problems. Hope the heater works when you go somewhere.


    Exercise is a great stress reducer. emoticon
    3574 days ago
  • LOSINGLINNDY
    I am glad you got your car fixed. With that cold streak going through you need the heater. I can not even contemplate those electric bills. That is terrible. No wonder people are stressed. Congrats on getting in the bike riding.

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    3575 days ago
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