HOW TO FIX REFRIGERATORS - DEFROST THERMOSTAT REFRIGERATOR.
How To Fix Refrigerators
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2010pad: M is for 'M' Family
Theme: April Alphabet
[last name shortened to initial to protect the (probably not-so-) innocent.
This is an amazing family. That man in the middle spent years working with my dad and after my dads passing 2 1/2 years ago, this family has never hesitated to answer a call from us when we need them. They've rebuilt sprinkler systems, fixed refrigerators that were spraying water all of the kitchen, jumped car batteries, had us over for Thanksgiving, and taken my children for a day at Christmas so that I could go shopping without them. They have painted ceramics with us, dug holes in muddy dirt, spent countless hours at Home Depot and never have they said one word of complaint about how we never seem to call unless we need something.
They are a blessing. And we adore them.
230/365- I Don't Really Know How This Picture Even Happened.
I guess because it was late, and I hadn't taken a picture yet, so for whatever reason I felt moved to go inside my refrigerator! Lol.
I think my 365 was sort of, not the main focus of my summer, honestly. I'm more creative in the fall and spring for some reason. I lived this summer more than I documented it. And I'm fine with that. I do want to take better photos though, and I miss taking colorful shots. My external flash broke, and is getting fixed, and my remote broke, so I need to buy a new one. And soon hopefully, because things being out of focus is my biggest pet peeve, hahaha.
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