Repair My Roof

Ruthie Ann needed roof repair
She looked for her husband, but he was not there
She figured she’d go look in the phone book
She couldn’t find it, no matter how hard she looked

So, she asked her toddler, did she perhaps know
A roof repair expert that knew what to do

Her daughter replied, “No momma,” and sniffed
Saying “no” was her common word gift

But when she asked her, “Where’s mommy’s cell phone?”
The little one knew, she knew it alone
She pointed to cushions on the couch
Her mother kneeled, and then she crouched

And sure enough found her cell phone
Looked up roof repair contractor, and that alone
After a call, thirty minutes and that alone
An expert came, bringing tools and expertise
He walked beside her, quiet as a thief

She showed him the holes, the missing shingles and all
She was glad right away that she’d made that call
To work he went, cleaning and earning every cent
His bill, when he was all due
Was to the housewife a dream come true

All of her troubles with leaks and drafts
Was over and done, big difference before and aft
So, her husband came home and she told him what she’d done
He gave her high five and said he’d had fun

Because he knew he could trust her
To find just the right ones
And that they would take care of things
And have it over and done

So, their roof was fine
And the neighbors turned green
They needed repairs too
You know what I mean

So referrals they gave, testimonies too
Professionals well certified, licensed and great
Perhaps the very best in the whole state
They were both best price roofing and best value roofing