My next class was in an hour, and the cooling tech was still trying to figure out what had caused the explosion or the explosive sound from the air conditioner.
The HVAC equipment was long due for maintenance, but the choreography studio was not doing as well as it used to, so I kept postponing.
There were days I used to have classes back to back, but now I barely had a whole class. My next class was for children under eight, and it was the only class with more than three students. When the cooling specialist came for the air conditioning repair, she told me that I needed to start looking to buy new cooling equipment, but my budget could not allow it. Whenever I came across anything concerning the cooling industry, I looked the other way. I wanted nothing more about air conditioning. I tried to run away from my problems in more ways than one. Anything to do with the cooling corporation had taken a back seat. I was not surprised when the cooling representative told me there was not much she could do to salvage the cooling installation. I needed to purchase a quality air conditioner to help with indoor comfort. The thermostat could survive another year before it also needed replacement. That evening I did something I had not done in a long time. I prayed and then cried to my heart’s content. A week later, my miracle happened. I got a call from an agency looking to hire a choreographer for a famous musician on tour, and I knew that would be the turning point. I could then get a contractor to install a mini-split air conditioner I had always wanted.