Thursday, February 14, 2013

Rotorooter and Plumbing

Howdy all!! I can't believe how long it has been since I last posted. I am on vacation for a couple weeks and so I am only doing minimal posting while traveling. This trip has been soo hectic and busy it isn't funny. Last week I barely got on the internet at all because of visiting and being up late. It has been good but also tiring. Anyways, how many of you have used your local Rotorooter? Any of you know what Rotorooter is? Or what they do? I am sure you can tell somewhat from the header but what about specifics? I have to tell you, we have never had to use them, thankfully, but there have been several times it sure has come close! Rotorooter is the company that deals with plumbing in your area. Whether it is a leaky pipe or a toilet that has overflowed or something as minor as a clogged drain pipe, they can easily take care of it.

I remember one time we were having a big fellowship at our church. We are talking hundreds of people over a few days and there were meetings and dinners on the grounds. Well, let's just say the sewer didn't like this at all:) Not that the sewer really had anything to do with it, but with that many people using those toilets, we had a big problem by the end of the one evening. It actually overflowed all over the front yard. A huge puddle with stuff floating in it. And it smelled, bad!! So we got in some port-a-potties as they couldn't get it fixed right away. Of course, we found out afterwards that the kids wanted to run through it and play in the water. Not good at all!! Especially as some of them were barefoot. They were stopped before this occurred, but they all thought it was fun to play in the water.

How about you? Any funny plumbing stories? I would love to hear some of them. Believe me, I have heard ones that would make you puke while others are just hilarious. And my readers love to hear about them too. Tell me about it in a comment!

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