Today is Not Your Day and Tomorrow Doesn’t Look Good Either
Remember my lovely sewing machine from Monday’s post? My dear friend that I have cared for – oh for around 15 years. Not a scratch on her – just needed a tune up and good cleaning. Well it was apparently packed well.
But it showed up cracked down there.
It’s been tagged and put in the queue to be fixed – which should be about a month – so in about a month we would will know what other damage has been done to her. The good news is I took out the insurance, so if they actually still make the parts it can be fixed. If not, I’ll have to go from there.
I know it’s just a sewing machine, but it makes me sad. I should probably mention this was the very last birthday gift my father bought me before he passed away suddenly the following February. I remember the exact conversation when I told him this was the one I wanted. I shopped and shopped – testing them out and decided on this one without the computerized front (which was a newer thing at the time). I figure a mechanical machine would last a long time. Well… there you go – thank you UPS for tossing things around.