The air conditioner's gone out, the kids are screaming, the sink needs fixing.
Well, one woman's discovery definitely tops all of those.
What she found and what you can do about it in this week's WAFF 48 Crime Stoppers.
When Tina Ball pulled into her driveway here on Moore's Mill road on May 18th of 2007, she saw a white Lincoln Towncar sitting near her home.
Ball said people used to leave their broken down cars on her property a lot.
So she got out to check.
"I saw an arm through the driver's wide window," said Ball.
It was a man.
And she knew he was either asleep or dead.
It turns out the man, 35-year old William Ross Flores, was dead.
He'd been shot in the head.
Within minutes, Ball's yard was swarming with law enforcement.
One thing has changed in the two years since that horrific day.
Even though it was an unusual occurrence, Tina's put up a fence to make sure it doesn't happen again.
"I didn't know the guy. I never saw him before in my life, but it's still creepy," said Ball.
Her house is about a mile north of Winchester Road, and it sits about 100 yards off a very busy Moores Mill road.
Investigators hope someone saw something.
The governor's office is offering a reward of $5,000.
That's in addition to the already up to one thousand dollars offered by Crime Stoppers.
You'll remain anonymous and could be $6,000 richer.
Here's a look at the Valley's wanted.
Heath Nelson Turpen isn't a police officer, but he played one on tv.
He's wanted for allegedly identifying himself as a police investigator to his victim.
Speaking of faking identities, Amy Lynn Holland is wanted on a forgery charge.
And the same story for Jonathan Alan Humphrey.
He's wanted on a charge of criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Kara Jean Hayes is wanted for allegedly hitting her victim in the head with a glass bottle.
And Steven Dewayne Hubbard inflicted a different sort of pain.
He's wanted on a theft of property charge.