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Tiny silver stud earrings, on my left wrist my hockey MudLove bracelet and on my right wrist my "dream" MudLove bracelet.
There would still be some complaining from people who want the service to be 24/7, but what you are offering to do for them would be a lot clearer. Of course, your company may not allow you to change the script you use.
Someone talking about tickets and queues would confuse me completely - It took me a few readings to work out what you meant, that noone is able to fix it till Tuesday and the person will be rung then.
Agree with Blarg314's advice - nicely put. Ask yourselves what you and your family want (and what you can afford). Put yourselves first in making this decision.
Not clear on what the other sharehouse issues are aside from the money owed. But if there's no progress being made towards paying you back, then that is not a good basis to move forward to a new place with that housemate. Something is obviously making you hesitate - it's a good time to listen to that now, while there's plenty of time to give your housemate reasonable notice that she needs to take over the current place/find another when the lease runs out.
Have to question one thing YummyMummy66 said, "you are not using that much more utilities than she is, so I can see paying a bit more than everyone else, but not a substantial amount". If utilities are energy and water, two adults and one kid are going to use way more than one single person, generally speaking. How much that difference costs is going to depend a bit on individual circumstances and where you live. I live in Oz A lot of the bill here is from hot water (electric) - which adds up with more people in the house. Also heating/cooling. There can be a big difference if one or more people tend to be home all the time using the heating/cooling while others work/study outside. No way I'd be sharing with a family of 3 (soon to be 4) who said we should pay close to the same amount. Something to consider for working out a fair split with your sister.