I earn money so that I can spend it, right? I only wish that I could spend it on enjoyable ventures such as travel, new computer hardware, and beer. Instead, I will be buying a new windshield for the M6 thanks to the act of â€œGodâ€ that rained a rock upon it in a gravel parking lot last November, getting soffit repairs done, having my deck pressure-washed and painted, and of course the monstrous cost of repairing/renovating plumbing/kitchen/bathrooms; the A/C is going to have to wait.
I am using an old-school method of cooling the house this morning â€” opening window and doors and placing fans in them to move the cooler air into the warmer house.
This morning I discovered another chore to add to my list. The second light bulb in my motion-detection floodlight for the carport finally burned out. The fixture is one that I installed almost twenty years ago. Given that it is located near the rotting soffit I wonder if it would be prudent to install a new one along with the soffit repair.
Today will be another busy day in my stay-at-home life to which I have grown accustom. I am considering going to the hash happy hour tonight which is being held at Elder Tree Public House in East Atlanta Village. Of course Iâ€™d like to support the new hasher ownership, but there is that little matter of COVID-19 that so many people have come to disregard…
Breaking recent tradition, Betsy and I will not be walking tomorrow morning, each of us will be performing our own manual house/yard labor instead. I have no idea what I will get up to tomorrow afternoon and night.
Sunday is a wild card. Unfortunately the Hog Mountain hash is in Flowery Branch. Considering I drove to Cartersville last Sunday I am not looking to repeat such a long journey again. I will just have to wait and see.
Hope you are staying healthy friends.