My hubby told myself and others ‘no’ when I tried to scrub my A/C unit.


I was a single of those people who cares about to do things for me. Until I got married to my hubby, I would do everything, including make my own repairs. I never had to ask a lady to change my tires or check my oil. I not only changed my flat tires, although I put new brakes on my car, changed the oil, and made minor repairs. My dad taught myself and others how to repair sinks and toilets when they broke. She taught myself and others how to rewire a lamp. I didn’t suppose there was anything I couldn’t do, because my dad told myself and others there wasn’t anything I couldn’t do. When the coronavirus started and the people I was with and I were put on lockdown, I wanted to scrub our air conditioning unit. I knew this wasn’t going to end before summer. I knew the people I was with and I would need air conditioning, and possibly the gas furnace again, before the virus ended. I couldn’t suppose my hubby when she told myself and others ‘no’ to wanting to scrub the air conditioning unit before the people I was with and I used it. I stared at him in disbelief. She said that these things were best left to the professionals. Unluckyly, the professional Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professionals weren’t laboring at that time; or so I thought! My hubby called the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation. They said they were a necessary corporation and they would send someone out. All of us had to have a mask if the people I was with and I were going to talk to the professional and she would have her mask on. My time as an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C tech came to an end before it began. I suppose it was a nice thing because I knew nothing about air conditioning.



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