Post last updated: October 10th, 2018
I was trying to get dressed to go to work. I work all of four weeks a year and even that is hard on my back. It was a tad chilly, too. So I get out of the shower, flip the switch for the exhaust fan, walk into the powder room and turn the little ceramic space heater on. I had a fleeting moment when it occurred to me it might not be a good idea to run both of those at the same time but, again, it was fleeting.
In a few minutes, all the lights, the fan and the little heater quietly stopped running. Ditto for the second bathroom. I had to get dressed, you understand, so I checked the circuit breaker box.
One of the switches was tripped and didn’t seem to want to flip left or right. It was kind of spongy. I called Poppie.
Poor Poppie probably figures he doesn’t dare die because who would take care of the dingbat when she gets herself into a fix?
Ladies, take note. The switch can’t be spongy. If it is, you aren’t pushing it hard enough one way or the other. It needs to “snap” off so that you can “snap” it back on.