ONLINE REFRIGERATOR REPAIR : 25 CU FT FRENCH DOOR REFRIGERATOR : AMANA FREEZERS.
Online Refrigerator Repair
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online refrigerator repair - Koolatron KBW-55DD
Koolatron KBW-55DD 18-Bottle Freestanding Dual-Zone Tower Wine Cellar
This free-standing wine cellar is cooled by thermoelectric module system. It's capacity is 18 bottles (25fl.oz.). The wine cellar has two zone sections for greater convenience. The upper zone will hold 6 bottles and the lower zone will hold 12 bottles. The upper zone will cool to 45°F - 54°Fand the lower zone to 54°F - 65°F with its easy control digital setting. The shelves are removeable for easy cleaning. The soft interior LED light brightens the dard interior making it attractive through the glass doors. The feet are adjustable for leveling.
Calm before the storm! (BLACKOUT in the Midwest)
It was a beautiful, sunny Sunday morning on Sept. 14th. as I headed down my back deck steps to take some pictures. Little did I know at the time that later that day the winds would kick up and produce gales of tornadic proportion and intensity, causing the worst blackout that this area has ever experienced. Storms fascinate me and I kind of like them - as long as there's no damage and no one gets hurt. At first, it was cool to hear the wind blowing, rustling through the leaves on the trees, to see it ripple waves across the grass, and blow Callie's fur back as if she were standing in front of a fan. There was no rain and, in fact, the sky remained sunny pretty much throughout the entire wind storm. But, unlike the relatively short duration of gusty wind that normally accompanies the average storm, this wind continued to blow harder and harder until I considered at two different points taking the dogs and going downstairs to the basement for shelter. When it was all over, the worst damage that we had was a couple of branches down from the big tree in our back yard and a few shingles that had blown off the roof. We were very lucky. One of my students had a live power line drop across her driveway and a friend of a friend of mine had a large tree topple over right in front of her garage that just barely missed her house. My friend had to drive to her house to take her and her Doberman to the Emergency Vet Clinic for a condition that occurred during the night because her car was blocked in the garage. All in all... 825,000 of us were without power. We had no electricity to cook a meal, to do laundry, wash dishes, watch TV, use the computer to go online, take a shower, or a miriad of other day-to-day activities. There was no water to drink or wash your hands, no light to even read after dark - except by candle light - no air conditioning, and food spoiled in refrigerators and freezers. We have a generator, but due to a long period of lack of use, it didn't work until we repaired it. So, late Monday night after a day and a half without any power, we finally had some limited power for the night. Then, at 4:30 yesterday morning, our power came back on! My friend in Cincinnati who owns the dog kennel was without electric til late last night. The news said that the first day, Monday, was spent mostly assessing the damage and then yesterday, Tuesday, they really set about the task of getting the situation fixed. I just heard on the news a few minutes ago that yesterday, the number had dropped to 570,000 without power and today it is down to 320,000. We were among the lucky ones who had our electric restored fairly quickly. They are predicting that by tonight all but approximately 15-30% will be with power again, with the rest getting their electricity back by the weekend, or at the end of the weekend at the latest. It's really hard to imagine that all that wind was from Hurricane Ike, so far inland all the way up here in Ky./Ohio. Fortunately, I didn't need electricity to take pictures!! The ones posted with today's date are from Sunday morning during the... Calm Before The Storm!
repair of my world
I have been trying to "repair the world" much of my life in my own co-dependent version of victim/rescuer. I see someone who needs help and rush in to lend a hand. I guide others through their creative unfolding only to leave my own dreams on a shelf somewhere. This isn't working so well. I have been driven lately to repair all those little broken things in my world that have been sitting around for awhile. You know, the things that need mended or are sitting in the junk drawer or garage gathering dust and waiting for new life? These little chiming bells are an example of a project that took a little creativity and literally 5 minutes to fix. The ties have been broken for years, making them useless. Clearing out these little "fixing" projects is helping me see many areas where I have let things go in my life because I was focusing on everything outside of me. I am making a commitment to love myself this year. That is my only resolution. To fall in love with myself and treat myself with care and honor. It starts with my life not having a bunch of loose ends, broken fragments and unrealized dreams. I am enjoying repairing my own little corner of the world and letting the bells chime again.