I went to bed Sunday morning around 2:30 am.....again, still trying to keep somewhat to our work schedule.....TLE was more successful than I as she didn't go to bed until after 4:30. I was up around 10:15 am. The skies continued to be clear Sunday, with another high around 55. It did get cold enough overnight that the water hose froze so I had to turn on the water pump to access water from our fresh water tank, but within an hour or so the hose unfroze, and water was once again flowing freely.
I watched football all day, but at the half time of the first game I headed over to the trailer where we parked the T-Bird last night to avoid driving it through the mud after just getting it cleaned, and did a little more detailing. While I was gone TLE mended my $3 winter coat....a seam in the sleeve had come apart, so she stitched it back together....it only has to last 5-7 more days and then it will be given an honorable burial.
The afternoon NFL game was between the Patriots and Saints.......Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass with 5 seconds to go to win by 3 points.....it was a very good game to watch. Once we knew we didn't have to work I settled in to watch the evening NFL game between the Cowboys and Redskins and, simultaneously, the Tiger and Red Sox MLB game. Life is good, but some day, not too far distant, I won't have to worry about anything interrupting a football, or baseball game.
This has all really worked out well, because I really needed 3 days off from work. Even though things had slowed down I was starting to feel like I had been in a car wreck. After three days off the achy feeling is mostly gone, except from my hands, and they will probably take a week to 10 days of no activity to start feeling like hands again. Right now I have a hard time making a fist they are soooo stiff, but some day I won't be thinking about that anymore either.
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