Another Winter Week


It’s very common in my part of the world to have snow, either a little or a lot, followed by melting. rinse, repeat, rinse, repeat until about April. I haven’t been a fan of cold weather for quite some time, so I plan “indoor” projects and activities during these periods to keep from getting “cabin fever. Having a 68-year-old house helps, as there is always something that needs looked at, or worked on.

Since the first of the year, we had one project or another “in play” every day. Since I had my heart transplant, I know I have to pace myself, or I will pay a price, which is usually exhaustion.

Late last week, early this week I installed a new laundry tub in the basement. A fairly easy job overall. I hate doing anything that involves plumbing, but at time we must do what we need to do. The sink has been installed, and in the process I found a couple of other cold weather jobs to use up some of this winter …. I installed a new shelving unit and soon I’ll repaint the floor.

It’s not so much that these things NEED to be completed, but it’s more along the lines that I need to be PRODUCTIVE. I enjoy working with my hands, with tools and the winter is such a good time for these activities.

Yesterday, we started working on the guest room …… to be continued, LOL

Laundry

About DAP

I am a heart transplant recipient and these are my stories and thoughts. My desire is to assist others pre or post heart transplant in anyway possible. Please feel free to contact me if you have a question.
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