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Our Son Joe To The Rescue!

We worked around the house most of the day.  I cleaned the garage while Mary went to the gym, and it now looks pretty good!

Mary was shocked when she saw everything cleaned up and much more room to get in and out of the car!  I even fixed the overhead LED lights to go on.  All the battery chargers are plugged in and ready to go!

OMG, there was a workbench under all that stuff!

Scout helped!  Yeah!  He lounged around all day, looking up as we passed,d by, begging for treats!

In my next life, I am going to be a dog!

Joe, our son, came over around 1:3 pm and put a tarp over the top of the solar panels where we had the leaks last week.   I do not plan to repair or replace the roof until we are home between our planned travels, plus I need to decide on the solar panels!

Joe is amazing.  He helps everyone and is very knowledgeable about repairs.  He reminds me of when I was 40; now approaching 80, I do not dare go onto the roof.  I am very proud of this young man and his entire family.

Joe to the rescue!

After he departed, I just sat there and thought about everything we had done together over the years.

We went to what we thought would be a 1950s band at the Elks.  We had dinner, but SOON after that, we departed.  The music was horrible, between 90 and 100 db, enough to damage one ear!  I felt bad.  Vicky and Jim departed with us, and Iris and Will were going to leave after Iris finished her baked potato.   I plan to complain and perhaps go to the health board to get their noise level input.

We left!

We came home, watched our series, held hands, and drank hot tea.  I prefer evenings at home with Mary anyway!

Time to dream!

About Paul

Just an old retired guy trying to finish out my last years on this planet. I lost my best friend and wife in early 2020. I was blessed again by reconnecting with Dr. Mary Côté, a long-time friend. Mary and I got married July 28th, 2021, and are enjoying life together and plan to spend the rest of our lives being a blessing to our friends and family.
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