Have you ever heard a person say that they are worried that they won't have enough to do when they retire?
Put those two together and see if they apply to you. I am at a loss as to how someone with a free pass could ever feel bored when they retire. All I have to do is look in a corner and see the dust bunnies and know that I have enough goofing off power to kill time.
Years ago. I started buying tools to do specialty jobs rather than hire someone and now I have almost enough tools that I could spend a day or so just organizing them. When I moved into the new metal building, I had everything in those big plastic containers and on shelves. The other day I noticed that I had most of the containers sitting on the floor right where I put them searching for things. Yes, after the fact I know that if I would just put them back on the shelves it would save time in the long run. Good plans, poor execution. There are probably things in those totes that I haven't found yet.
I cleared out the garage by moving the 57 out to the building. Do you remember the story about the couch that I moved out of the living room? It is now a hanger queen and in the space the Chevy came out of. Lot of good that did. I guess another trip to the dump prior to our vacation will be in order.
It is funny that the harder I try to organize things out in the yard, the more it just looks like I have piles of stuff not junk piles. Even organization doesn't somehow transform junk into neat stuff. I started to move all the equipment behind the metal building but as I used things, they managed to work their way back around to the yard and in full view.
|Moving gravel into the new drive|
I know who to blame and it isn't Barb. Dang I hate it when that happens.