animal lover, gardener, knitter, and gourmet cook

of course it broke

I haven’t even had a chance to replace my broken microwave yet and now this–my blender is broken. I shouldn’t complain (but I will anyway), as I’ve had it since the 90s. I guess it’s better than a large appliance dying (though most of those have been replaced at this point).

I looked into getting replacement parts, but it didn’t seem like a good financial idea once I totaled up the cost (I don’t know why the parts were so expensive–perhaps it was due to the age of the blender?)