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So nice that you are the “capable man” who can fix just about anything. Look at how much money you have saved over your lifetime!
I know that after my late husband died, I was always very leery of people who came to the house and needed to fix things. I think many see “widow” and charge even more than they would.
Speaking of fixing, I saw a 1960 Corvair convertible for sale for under $3,000. My late husband had a brand new burgundy Corvair convertible when I met him…… Lots of fun back in the day!
Enjoy the weather. Susan
Yes, it is good to be handy. I am not. My brother-in-law is and he's happy to fix anything I need. Though without a car or single-family house, I fortunately don't have much to fix.
Nice weather here also. Enjoy the evening everyone.
Good morning Susan, Paul, and all. 36 here this morn, wow, finally what I call above normal.
For January anyway. Going to the farm today, we have some precipitation coming but should
be done and cleared out long before I'm ready to leave. Our run should be over before it gets
here, so we win all the way around. We have lots of precip this week and the beginning of next
week is supposed to be shovel snow maybe.
Oh yeah, didn't mention the furnace control board went into fault soon after I heard the loud buzzing.
We have electric heat still here but would hate to run it even for a day now, would be almost as bad as
running the generator which costs us $60 a day to run. Electric heat cost us around $400 a month back
in the 90s, has been many rate increases since then.
Glad your daughter got an award, you must be so proud Susan. Think I remember you being a substitute
teacher after you retired. Our granddaughter is learning to teach preschoolers. Hope the job your younger
daughter got is something she wanted. Jobs weren't so easy to get in our day and they will be difficult again.
I got laid off in a recession and back when I was a teen I quit in a recession before I knew what one was.
It's not just widows they are looking to cheat Susan. Was reading a local bulletin board in the morning just
before our furnace quit and many people had gotten cheated on many jobs. Seems some of it is larger
companies buying small local businesses so they can use their name and reputation.
I gotta go get ready to do our run. Didn't wake until the alarm this morn so running late.
Paul, so glad you are here and staying quit. Looking back I had no choice but to quit with aneurysm, arthritis,
and diabetes coming. I would have been a disabled person if still alive. Didn't know I was headed for older
age problems when I quit almost 16 years ago. All of us are so blessed with good lives.
Good morning Susan and all.....40 cloudy degrees here....glad I no longer have to worry about how hard it is to not smoke.....seems so long ago.....and unbelievable that I was able to quit....stay well all....
Tis so nice to see your posting this morning. I agree. Smoking seems like a lifetime ago. I remember those days I would be on the Forum almost 24/7 hanging on to every word you and others spoke. How blessed I was to find all of you!
And yet another grey sky day here in Avon Lake and quite a bit cooler than yesterday. Someone said 63 days until Spring so we can all hang on to those wonderful words. I saw a few silly robins who apparently feel that it is already Springtime in northern Ohio.
Thank you for thinking of all of us here ~. Susan
Good morning to everyone,
I see Erie posted at 3:48 a.m. That is very early……I hope you get a nap in somewhere this afternoon. Jim and I have taken to doing a bit of a 15 minute rest each afternoon, usually I do not fall asleep but regroup my mind.
Paul ~ you are fortunate not to have to bother with tradesmen and the like. I do like condo living at this point in my life. They do all of the mulching, mowing, snow removal and maintenance for a monthly fee of $250.00. All of the outside including a new roof etc. would be handled by the HOA. We have a small swimming pool for summer recreation too.
A very nice evening with my daughter, Molly, who was recognized as the outstanding teacher of the year at the Lakewood Schools Board Meeting. What a honor to be blessed by her peers. And yes, I am very proud of her. A graduate of Ohio University and a kindergarten teacher for twenty five years ~ making a difference in the childrens’ lives.
Kitty ~ loved to see you post. Wondering how your beautiful Sanibel Island is being put back together after the storms. We are planning a trip soon to Anna Marie (north of Longboat Key) in February.
Hugs to all ~ Susan
Good morning Susan, Kitty, and all. I'm up in the middle of my night with all the caffeine I drank while traveling.
It does keep me from dozing off on the road so seems worth it. Wife doesn't go to the farm because of the
stink of cat urine.
I still enjoy all the work taking care of our home but can see where it will become to much some day, If I get there.
Was down at the farm so no work done here.
I'm retired Susan, so if I get drowsy in the afternoon I just drift off for a few minutes. Glad never to go back to those
companies. I do go to bed very early to get up before the traffic to walk the pups though.
Glad your daughter was recognized in her teaching career.
If we had an RV we would be gone but with our pups we can't go on vacation very easy.
Happy to not be smoking, think I would be a cripple or dead if I had continued.
Baja seemed to handle great on the 200 mile trip. I have a record of tread depths so will know if I have problems
before they cost me so much again.
Enjoy your day all.
Good morning, everyone.
Well-deserved pride in your daughter, Susan.
A rainy day here. I still go into my office on Thursday, always seems to rain. I guess that's just my imagination.
Good morning Paul and all. 35 here this morn. Might get some snow or rain
this morning. Not certain if we will head out or not. We did get lots of rain
yesterday. All day until almost dark. Ditches were running full and fast.
It must be amazing that you have Central Park there in the middle of the city.
Must be around 50 acres put aside where land must be worth millions an acre.
Maybe much more than that.
We didn't get much done yesterday. I never did get enough sleep in my broken
up night. So didn't get much done, few little things. We watched a good movie on
a new TV app my wife loaded onto the TV.
Hope your day at work went well. Most likely rained most of the day there also.
Everyone enjoy the day.
SS at the farm, not during the Winter.
Good morning Ernie, Paul and Kitty ~
Wishing I didn’t have to go outside for Finn’s morning walk. A balmy 35 degrees with half rain/half snow outside and very dark sky. We had quite a show of lightning, thunder and heavy rain as a front marched across the state. Finn gets very troubled by thunder and he was given lots of pets and comfort.
Nothing new here. We are planning a trip to Pittsburgh this week-end to see a symphony with Jim’s friends. It will be interesting as I am not a fan of sitting for lengths of time…… hoping the weather and the drive will not be problematic.
Carry on……. Susan