It’s a brisk morning in San Diego. The sun is starting to shine but 62 degrees in San Diego is absolutely freezing for this city. I look to my right, a water cup sits eloquently on my nightstand. I reach for it, slightly out of grasp, I continue on knowing I need this. I feel as though I’m more dehydrated than a 2006-2007 LeBron James (absolutely carrying the team on my back). It’s empty. The cup is empty. Devastating.
I walk upstairs to the kitchen, my three story townhouse in Pacific Beach is feeling frigid as my roommate left the window open. Classic. I reach for the Keurig, begin the warming process, of course, the water hasn’t been refilled. Classic, again. I refill the sink to refill the Keurig water apparatus. I flip the sink on to find black water absolutely pumping out of the sink. A devastating blow for 6:45 in the morning.
I need a plumber. The millennial in me checks Instagram and hashtag searches #sandiegoplumber. I find Perry Plumbing and Pipelining. There’s a face to the name, a catchy Instagram video sold me on the company. I find their contact info via Instagram and have their company out to my townhouse within a few hours.
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