The household has been a busy one. Our tenants were fortunate to be able to purchase a home so they moved the end of May. Rick had to do some patching and painting in the stairwell after they moved last week, but thankfully it wasn't a lot. Luckily for me-she cleaned the house spotlessly so I didn't have to deal with that.
Its a good thing I can prescreen perspective tenants via phone, while laying down, because I dont' have the energy to do much else. And let me tell you there are some strange weirdos out there. I think the hardest thing is getting 'dolled' up to show the property, which has been a struggle let me tell you, so it upsets me to no end when there are no shows. We have a few good perspectives so now we just have to decide on who we want in there. I know I am fussy, but I just want a nice stable 'family' in there who will love our home like their own. I dont' think that is too much to ask.
I did have a couple of good hours this week so I took advantage of them and got my flowers all in. But then I realized I had over done it. I am not good at laying low at all!! And with the migraines the computer is almost tabou.
As for Rick he has 'not' been laying low. He has been keeping very busy...as you can see-
|what could be going on here?|
| he tore the carpet out of the living area of the MH and is laying new flooring|
He is doing a fantastic job. I'm lucky he is so handy and articulate about his work. We are so happy to be rid of the carpet. Why they put carpet in the living area of rvs is beyond me. He was pleasantly surprised after tearing up the carpet, to find a beautiful level 3/4" plywood floor. He was expecting chipboard. This dream floor really compliments the ceramic tile it is dark walnut in colour. He was about 4 days into the job when I finally found the energy to walk down in the yard and snap some pictures with my cell phone. Great Job Hun! I will post pictures of the finished project. He should be finished within the next couple of days. We are suppose to meet up with cousins in Truro this coming weekend, but we will have to see how I feel.
My biggest project is to get better as Donna and Ralph are coming for a visit and I sure want to be in top shape for that!
Ok time to hop off of this computer. I have to wait another hour to take my antibiotics as there is a restrictive "no dairy products 5 hours before or 5 hours after" the meds and I had such a headache earlier I thought it was my lack of 'coffee' and had one at 8pm.
Take care all, stay safe out there, and remember
"Home is Where you Park it"