My last repair was an easy and simple fix

I was really thankful that the problem was the thermostat

I didn’t really know much about my last repair on friday. I figured it was going to be something difficult, because that was the luck that I was having that day. I stopped for coffee and they were all out of regular. The lady behind the counter asked me if I wanted a decaf. I don’t know why she would offer me decaf at 7:00 in the morning. It’s not going to do anything at all for me. At lunch time, I ordered a burrito and a taco from the Mexican restaurant across the street from the job where I was working. It took them 30 minutes to get the food ready and then the order was wrong. When I finished with the afternoon repair, I put in the coordinates for the last job on the schedule. I tried to call the homeowner to get more information about the repair. The lady did not seem like she wanted to talk on the phone. When I arrived at the address, I had to park out by the street and walk down the long driveway. To be honest, I was a little worried that I would get stuck in the mud. My work van does not have four wheel drive. I hoped and prayed that I wouldn’t have to lug a bunch of equipment up and down the driveway to my van. The last repair turned out to be an easy and simple fix. I was really thankful that the problem was the thermostat. The customer had a faulty thermostat that needed to be replaced. The job took less than an hour.