Friday, June 20, 2014
Max's called. The serviceman apparently has a "plan" for our Hotpoint dryer made by GE (don't buy one). Who knows what that could be. They will call us next Tuesday. Nothing happens quickly with them. Have you noticed?
This morning Dick worked at the Visitor Center. They dealt with over 50 visitors and eight phone calls in three hours.
From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. we manned the table at one of the homes in the Parade of Homes. We were representing the MEA retired teachers group. That's one way that they earn money to give as scholarships.
Our house was big and beautiful - 4700 square feet - 6 bedrooms and 4.5 baths located in Incochee Farms. It was very cold and rainy today. We were set up in the garage, and it was very cold and damp. We don't seem to have suffered any ill effects from sitting out there for 4 hours, so it's all good. We really enjoyed the people who came to view the house - it was enjoyable talking to everyone. By a lucky coincidence, the home builder is Brian Mohr of Calybr Homes. He's the one who will supposedly be building our condo in Lone Tree. I hope that seeing us reminded him that he has another job waiting. He does beautiful work - everyone commented on how nice it was.
We had a late dinner at Harrington's. It took me a while to warm up. Hot tea is great - it warms the inside, and also warms the hands if you hug the cup! It was a lovely dinner. The restaurant was crowded and loud...and warm. And, I might add, a bit over priced!