Friday, March 31, 2017

It's an Ill wind that does no Good. . ..

One less thing to worry about. Yesterday roofers put a new top on Jennifer's home. 
For years now, Jennifer (and Mom) have worried about her roof... not wanting any rain to spoil the work she's done inside. But where would the money come from? Then, this spring an evil windstorm came to Dundas and tore off some of the roof, enough so that she qualified for a new one, courtesy the insurance company (minus deductible). The experience gave us the opportunity to relearn the meaning of the old axiom: "It's an ill wind that blows no good." Translation:
Few things are so bad that no one profits from them.


EmilyBlethen said...

It's Emily my mom says she told Jen that her insurance company would pay for it last summer
So my manifested it...

Sue Tegland said...

Snazzy new roof. It's a good feeling.

I am jealous of both your cardinals.