Yes, it's been really busy the last couple of days! I extended my stay two more days as there were still a few things Sis and I had not gotten accomplished yet. Our evening caregiver is gone, and with a night shift vacancy, it means double time, so an extra pair of hands is helpful. Not to mention that Sis and I have a lot of fun together and it helps to share the workload.
I mentioned it to Sis and that we had to get that fixed now. The plumber said to do what we had been doing a year ago: turn on the top faucet all the way, which opened things up and allowed enough water to flow through that it did not leak, and use the bottom faucet. My grandma came out in me, and I came up with a way to ensure the caregivers--in the event of changes or forgetfulness--would not use that top faucet again. Underneath my note that says not to do it, I taped the bottom half of a water bottle over the faucet, so you cannot use it unless you went to all the effort to take the plastic bottle off. Just in case someone could not make the leap from "faucet has a bottle on top of it, taped to the pipe, I can't reach it so I must not be able to use it" I added the note inside a plastic bag and taped it up a bit more. Cheesh--was no one raised in the country around here besides me?