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 “God” 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 — 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 I’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.