I intended to start up posting with a few updates, but my muse
A lot has happened over the past two months (Damn, has it been THAT long?). We were still dealing with Anne's passing. Closing out a person's life is something we are not well trained for. Lots of minor details, actions, tasks to be addressed. We have not yet taken Anne & David up to Arkansas to the family site, but we are hoping to do something in the summer. SIL's ongoing condition still makes any long term plans difficult/problematic. Despite all of those hurdles, we are moving on with life. Keeping busy.
I won't try to play catch up on everything that has transpired over the last 8 weeks, but it has been a wee bit busy. Physical exams, doctors visits, one of those fun "oscopy" tests, a company merger, one broken window, the end of an era, a few birthdays, one dog party, and the annual Art Car parade. If I tried to cover all of that, this blog would turn into some sort of novella. I will try to play catch up over the next few weeks.
I guess we can start with trailers - I had to replace the window in my trailer again. Yea, for those that think this sounds familiar, I've done this before. Two years ago, some punks broke into several trailers in the storage yard looking for stuff to steal/pawn. Didn't get anything from my rig aside of a broken set of binoculars and an old dvd player. Was more of a pain in the butt cleaning up and getting a replacement window. Back in March, I got a call one morning from the guy that owns the property and he told me that his yard guy was mowing the lot and kicked up a rock through my window. He was very sorry and said he would pay for the replacement, so I wasn't really po'd. I actually found it funny - same window as last time so I pretty much had the same clean up task. Just took a few days to get a new window shipped down.
|Here we go again|
|Prepped for sale. |
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