Last week, I called the HVAC company to have my air conditioning unit inspected. It was less than forty-eight hours when he showed up at the house. I couldn’t believe how efficient the HVAC company was. I had never had an HVAC appointment that wasn’t at least a week out. When the HVAC technician arrived, he went right to work. An hour later, he came into the house and discussed his findings. He said we needed a new fan motor and the coolant was low. He already filled the coolant, but he had to go back to the shop and get a fan motor. I was okay with it and he said he would return in an hour. I made lunch for my kids while waiting for the HVAC technician to arrive. The kids were fed and heading out to play, and the tech still hadn’t arrived. After another hour, I called the HVAC company to check on the young man. They asked if I was sure he was coming back? He had told me he had to come back to the HVAC company to get a new fan motor. He had never returned. I would be out looking for him if he was my employee. Five minutes after I hung up from the HVAC company, the HVAC tech called. He said he was a witness to an accident and was just leaving the scene. As soon as he picked up the fan motor he would return. I prayed he wasn’t lying, but as long as I had my air conditioning unit put back together before my husband got home, I would be happy.