The sound of thunder made me get off the roof

It wasn’t supposed to rain on Monday, which is why I decided to schedule the rooftop A/C service for that afternoon.

My commercial client wanted the labor done on Sunday, but the forecast was for rain.

It poured down rain absolutely strenuous on Sunday, so I was cheerful that I did not drive all the way out to the commercial labor site. Monday afternoon when I woke up, I looked at the forecast. The weatherman said it was going to be partly cloudy with zero opportunity of rain. It looks like there was more of a opportunity of rain to me than that, but I’m not a weather person. I contacted the commercial client to let her know that I was on the way to her business. It took about 45 minutes to get to the address which is just on the outside of town. The person owns a dry cleaning supplier plus there was no A/C at all. The system is located on the roof. The roof is old plus there is metal up there. It’s the last venue you want to be in a rainstorm where thunder plus lightning are expected. I had all of my supplies on the roof when the thunder started. The sound of thunder made me get down plus off of the roof. I wanted to help the commercial service client with the A/C problem, however I did not want to get struck by lightning. I told her that my associate and I would have to wait again until the weather was clear.


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