He was afraid to work in the AC unit.

Last week, we had some heavy downpours with vivid lightning and booming thunder.

Every time the thunder boomed, our dog run under the bed and my son was right behind him. The lightning sounded like it was hitting every tree, and getting closer to our home. I couldn’t believe the HVAC technician hadn’t called and let us know he would not be there to work on the air conditioning unit. I was worried about him out there in this thunder storm, since the AC unit was metal. I worried the lightning would strike while he was in the AC unit and he would get struck. About ten minutes before he was to arrive, he called to let us know he wasn’t coming that day. He said he was afraid to work in the AC unit with all the thunder and lightning and promised he would be there the following day. I had been without air conditioning for two days now, and I didn’t want to go without it for much longer. I sucked it up and turned on all the fans in the house, until the power went off. I was now without air conditioning and I didn’t have a fan to help keep me cool. I wondered why I hadn’t insisted the HVAC technician arrived until another flash of lightning and a crack of thunder split the skies. All I could do was wait until the storm was over, hope the power would come back on, and the HVAC technician kept to his work and showed up to fix the air conditioner the next day.


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