So we took Harry's jeep in to have the radio hooked back up. We haven't had the best experience with these people and it continued. After they installed the radio and then uninstalled the radio they failed to mention that the antenna was broken, which explains why we couldn't get AM and the FM was a hit and miss. But this time we had a much better tech guy and much cuter guy working on the jeep. He said he could replace the antenna for five bucks and all would be well. I was happy to finally get some good news. When he was done he told me he wasn't going to charge me because they didn't have the antenna needed but had an extra one lying around so he used that one. So now the radio and antenna are working great and after a year of no radio Harry finally has his radio. And to top it off our cute Best Buy Tech had a stutter, which made him even more adorable.
Saturday, February 24, 2007
I know I'm one of those weird people who look forward to Tax time. Today I did my taxes. I have an accountant who has done the the past seven years and he's great. Working in the Entertainment Industry I am lucky that I can write off portions of almost anything to do with entertainment. Every year I get a refund. This years refund isn't as much as I had expected but it's still a refund, so I can't complain.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Well today we took Harry's Jeep's battery to Autozone to have it tested. Come to find out that the battery wasn't the correct battery for Harry's jeep and when we added the radio to it, it was to much for it and damaged it. So we have to purchase a new battery and this coming Saturday we are going back to Best Buy and have them re-hook up Harry's Jeep radio. Wish us luck...
Sunday, February 18, 2007
Our friends Jack and Tara recently had a beautiful baby girl. Today was her Baptism. I had never gone to a baptism so I was looking forward to it. There were about six or seven other children being baptized at the same time. It lasted about an hour then we went to one of Jack and Tara's favorite Italian restaurant called Cavi to celebrate. This was your typical Italian feast, it lasted about five hours and there were many courses. All in all a fun night.