2011-04-05 02:43 - General

For a few months, my kitchen light has been dim and flickering for a bit when it first turns on. It got better for a while (an excuse for the length of procrastination on my part?) But that didn't last. It wasn't until today that I finally even started looking online to decide what I should do about it, then sudenly within an hour I was back from home depot, with a new fixture in hand. (I only needed a new ballast/transformer -- but that cost $28 while the new fixture entirely was only $40, and not covered in splotches of paint like my old one.) It went up okay, but... it's smaller than the old one. And it really shows. Now I need to repaint my kitchen even more badly.

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