We got the exterminator to come and "bomb" our attic for the miserable stink bugs which have taken over our house. It is too soon to tell how much effect it will have. If necessary we will shut the outdoor cats in the garage and get the outside of the house sprayed. I think it takes 2 hours to dry, I will have to check on that.
The next job will be to get the gutters replaced. We had a bad winter two years ago that bent and tore down part of the gutters. N fastened them back in place, but we are getting leakage in a hard rain, the water comes between the eves and the gutters and spills water next to the house.
It is always something. I think we are OK on major appliances, but with all of them it is only a matter of time. The days of keeping a washer, etc., for decades is long over, and few people believe that appliances could last that long. Now we are grateful if they last 10 years without a repair call. Planned obsolescence I am certain, keeping all those workers in China busy. Not that I have anything to say about the Asian workers, but that the quality for even simple things is lacking.
I finally got reimbursed for the winter coat I sent back to China when it didn't fit. Both the seller reimbursed me, including shipping charges, even though the package never made it past Bejing, and the P.O. reimbursed me for the insurance that I got when I shipped it out. It only took 3 months. I will never buy clothing, or return anything to China. Such a hassle. I got a coat from Land's End instead of the imported one, and by cracky it fit. We didn't get any cold weather for the entire winter, but I was prepared if we did. 👌
Time to do more laundry, here is today's humor: