First, it was the washing machine.
Now, our TV broke.
I cut it on one night last week. When I attempted to change the channel, there was a bright green frizzle. Then, no sound, no picture. The power was on but nothing else was.
I guess it was time. We'd had that huge old television for so long that I can't remember ever having any other one.
Tonight, Andy came home with a new TV. Our boys will be shocked that their father bought a TV - a new model one at that. Good ol' Sam's club! (Thank goodness they don't make those old 200 lb. televisions like we had or Andy sure would have brought one of those home instead.)
Is this what happens when you get older? When you've been married forever? Everything starts breaking?
I sure hope this - broken stuff - doesn't come in 3's!
I bought a new electric skillet last night. My other one was 30 years old - from 1981 no kidding - and I've been using it with a broken leg for at least the past 20 years. I felt I was due. 30 years - sheesh - I think I got my use out of that!
Where is a shower when I need one? Shouldn't there be some kind of shower for reaching 50? I could use a new mattress and some new sheets, too!