I told the apartment maintenance staff that the heat had been out all night
My friends and I went to a concert in Birmingham last week. The concert was for one of our favorite country and western singers. I was excited about the concert, because it was my first time in a long while going to a show. I didn’t leave my house at all during covid. I had concert tickets that went unused, because I was afraid to be in a crowd of people. When my friends and I found out about the concert in Birmingham, I got tickets and we all went. I wore a mask the whole time, but I still had a lot of fun. The concert was a lot longer than I expected. It started at 8:30 and I assumed it would be over by midnight. Around midnight, they started with the first of three encore shows. We didn’t leave Birmingham until late and I didn’t get back to my apartment until 2:00 in the morning. I was ready to go to sleep, but the heat in my apartment wasn’t working. I contacted the maintenance office for the apartment building, but no one answered the phone. It was the middle of the night and I was not surprised. I had to wait until the morning to call them again. I started calling at 7:00 and I called three times before someone answered the phone. I told the apartment maintenance staff that the heat had been out all night. They didn’t show up until almost 11:00. I didn’t go to work that day because I wanted to be home when they fixed the heating system.