I left my phone somewhere on the last job

Friday was an extremely busy day.

The first job on my schedule was a ductless HVAC installation.

The customer wasn’t home, so I couldn’t complete the work. The customer confirmed the day before, so it was extraordinarily strange that she was not home in the morning when the appointment time came. I contacted the customer and I knocked on the door. There weren’t any cars in the driveway and I didn’t see any movement inside of the home. It seemed as if she completely and totally forgot. The next job on my schedule was an HVAC tune-up. I wasn’t scheduled to get to the address until later that afternoon and the customer was actually very happy that I arrived earlier. She had some errands that she wanted to run and I freed up the afternoon so she could get them completed. When I finished with the tune up, I called my boss and he sent me out to the country to write an estimate for a customer that wanted to know how much it would cost for Central AC in his farmhouse. I spent about 45 minutes out of the property carefully examining all of the house and the areas where we would need to add ductwork for the central AC. I finished with the job and didn’t contact my boss until I was already a few miles away from the address. That’s when I realized I couldn’t find my phone. I had to turn around and go back to the farm house to find my cell phone. Thank goodness for the owner found it on a fence post by the garage and decided to put it in the house.
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