Saturday, May 23, 2020

Saturday, It's always something...

     While enjoying my first day of Hubs freedom, I had three brides in, so a lot of time in the shop for fittings.  Since the ballast blew out in one of the florescent lights in part of the shop it is dark, plus I am going to have to repaint the ceiling. Crap and double crap!

     Called the local handyman and he came over and we decided to replace all three old ugly florescent lights with new LEDS.  Great!  no hubs to argue with about it.  These lights have needed to go for a few years.  I was to go and pick up handy man at his place this morning to go to Home depot, so I could use his military discount.

     I stopped at Dairy queen and used a coupon for an Oreo blizzard for dinner.  Hee Hee!  Then came home and went to put some soda in the downstairs outside garage fridge and found out that it was dead!  All the meat in the freezer section is rotted.  Smells awful!  So that will be dealt with today.

     I took the 6 missionaries Effie burgers last night and they all begged to come over and do some kind of service project.  I was going to have them paint, but now when they come at 1p.m. I am going to have them catch me up on some lawn things I can't get hub's to do, and we will triple bag the bad meat and move the fridge out to the drive way, hose it out, and the handy man will come take it to scrap.  As Hub's has the truck, I will triple bag the bad food and run it to the land fill this afternoon.  I am not waiting for the stench let me tell you.

     Went with handyman this morning and picked out three new lights, did not want to spend the money, but they will look so much nicer.

     I am going to have the missionaries finish laying the bark out front, and trim the ivy wall, I will find some honey do jobs for them.  Yeah free labor without a lot of arguing and question asking.  Who can say no to that?

     I think I will try and paint that closet later today or maybe put a missionary on it?  I will let you know in tomorrows, fun filled and exciting post about Kim's freedom from spousal BS.  Now I do love my Hub's but a little break is good for the soul.

Have a great and productive day staying porsitive while you are in the negative.



  1. Well poo. When it rains it pours. Bummer on the freezer and meat and the lights. Nice to have eager help!

    1. Yes and with the price of meat so high! The help was great!

  2. Crap and double crap! And, you can say it again. Have you checked the outlet to see if it is good? Not having an argument is wonderful. AND, free help cannot be beat. We found my freezer broken weeks after it stopped. Tommy was so good to drop the meat in the garbage can out the window. I am happy you will be getting light to sew, too. A Blizzard for dinner should keep you going.

  3. That completely sucks. I'm so sorry.

    1. I know but it happened when hub's was gone so it was an easy fix!

  4. I would be so sad about the freezer, and losing the meat. And yes, a Blizzard for dinner sounds perfect after that day

  5. Hey Kim. I thought you were coming as well ,but I get it!! You are always so busy and you are right....we all need some time away now and then! Have fun (although it sounds like you are staying busy with things you didn't anticipate...sorry about that) I was wanting to talk to you about how to get advertising on my blog. I want to do that. Can you give me any suggestions as to how to get started? Appreciate it.

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