Well the Fitbit worked for about 24 hours flawlessly. Now it's dead. Totally kaput :( I have relied on it for the last 10 1/2 months. My wrist feels totally naked. The silver lining is that their customer support is excellent. Though they are clearly located in another country (far, far away), the two CSRs I spoke with had a great command of the English language and both calls were answered with no hold time. Thankfully I had 6 weeks left on my warranty (not the way my luck usually runs) so I was given two options. They would send me the same tracker free or I could purchase a different model at 50% off. I opted for a new one since the warranty on a replacement would end with my original purchase date, whereas a new one would have a new warranty. It should arrive by the end of next week.
I've a new pattern on the frame, Lancaster Barnyard by Notforgotten Farm. I couldn't resist the sale Lori had a couple weeks ago. I have more patterns than I can possibly hook/punch/applique/cross stitch in 3 lifetimes if I never buy another. I'm sure I'm not alone :)
After many years of putting it off, my house is being sided. It has had a snowball effect. I figured since I was siding, I should get a new roof first. Now that the siding is partially completed, I decided I need new gutters and new soffits. I might as well get it all done and not have to deal with it again in my lifetime. Oh, then I need new storm doors, light fixtures and a mailbox. Cha ching!!! Now the big decision is do I want barn red shutters and a grey door or vice versa. I need to decided SOON since I am painting the shutters. My poor landscaping. I knew it would be trampled and it has been :( I'm guessing the perennials will survive and come back next year ~ fingers crossed.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)