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Most mornings I only have a 10 am call but lately I've had little things here and there which prevent me from going out until lunch time when it is too hot. Ironically in the winter I wait until lunch time so it is ever so slightly warmer.
One day I had enough time to trim the lawn which I felt was good use of my time and needed. I have a lot of PTO to use up and I may start taking a random Tuesday or Thursday off here and there to work on house projects but also to be able to go for a run or bike ride without worrying about getting back in time.
I am 90% done with the porch painting. I just need to finish the stringers, which should take less than an hour. Update: it took less than 30 minutes although I think I might give the risers a second coat at some point.
I need to do the threshold as well. I'm going to get a heat gun to remove the paint, since I also need to remove the paint I put on the pedestals and I can get one for $8 at Harbor Freight. Then I just have to decide if I paint it green or stain it to match the door.
I probably will attempt the wood lattices at some point too, since I have way too much paint. Then it's touch and clean up time.
Since Father's Day, my mom has not been here. We got into one of our Pushed the Other Too Far spats and she went home. While we can definitely use the help she provides around here, we can also live without it. Especially since it is much less stressful with her gone.
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