Well, the saga of the refrigerator is done. Our handyman got his hefty crew together, they rolled the fridge out of the garage, around the house and onto the pool deck, and into the house through the pool doors, and lifted this 350 lb. sucker over the granite counter, protected with a tarp, and slid it into its space. They had to saw a lower shelf down to make it fit.
We had asked Home Depot if we could exchange it for a smaller refrigerator. They said no. Furthermore, they said we didn't have this option because we had to make the change within 48 hours of purchase. Since they didn't have delivery scheduled till 3 weeks after purchase, I don't know how we would know it wasn't working out until we got it. Bottom line: We will never, ever buy anything again from Home Depot.
For weeks now there were electrical crews working on the main road that goes past the turn off street for our house. So driving off the island became a major problem sometimes adding a half hour to the process. They had a crew member stopping traffic going in one direction and all cars allowed to use the other lane, then they'd switch. When you consider the traffic going to and from Pine Island, you have a major tie-up. Anyway, it appears they are mostly finished so I got to the market today without a problem.
Street signs are down. A major artery looks like any other major artery. The GPS isn't working. The other day I overshot my destination, the discount store. Going back I made a left onto what I thought was Del Prado, only it wasn't. I gave up going to the discount store and found my way to my doctor's appointment.
I am waiting for the street signs to come back. Please.