Ever have one of those days?
Well it started off with a planned 5 mile run. For some reason my shoe was bothering me. When I took off my shoe I realized why. Apparently the back of my shoe had rubbed the back of my ankle raw.
I have not had that problem before and not really sure what went wrong. But now I have a Bandaid on that spot and it seems to be healing up.
I turned on the water to take a shower and get cleaned up when....no water.
We live in a rural residential area and have our own water well and pump. I tried hitting the reset button on the pump, but the tank pressure stayed at zero. No water means no flushing toilets, no watering the garden, no taking a shower, no washing dishes, no cooler, etc. We are really dependent on it!
Long story short, about 12 hours and a lot of $$$ later, we had water again (along with a new pipe, pump, panel, water tank, etc). We went out for dinner as we had missed a concert that we were planning to attend (couldn't leave the house until the guy was done and he wasn't done until after 8pm!).
In the midst of all this, we were having a problem with the irrigation system. It couldn't be fixed until the water situation was resolved. So even now that we've got water again, we've been having to manually irrigate until we get the irrigation resolved. Hopefully that can happen early in the week.