It’s been a stressful week here at the remodel. As feared schedules are behind, more things had to be moved and the tendonitis in my arm isn’t any better making typing a journey into pain. The roof is cut open and there is rain in the forecast. My stress level is so high at the moment I am having trouble finding the humor in the situation.

So rather than subject all five of my loyal readers to a long rant on the evils of remodeling and how much my arm hurts, I’ve decided not to write this week.

While it seems bleak at the moment and whole body aches, there is hope, I have been able to get a bit of work done in the shop and my new arm brace seems to be helping.  Perhaps soon, I’ll be posting hopeful fun filled essay that shows all the humor in this situation.

Till next week,

Andrew

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I work in the high tech world doing software release engineering Then I got prostate cancer Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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  1. jolynda tresner says:

    okay so you didn’t post that weird ad. That makes more sense. ( forget my last inquiry. ) Sure wish I had a box of tissues along today. What an emotional morning. The rest of the day was lovely. Off to HNL at 7 am.
    and back at 10pm. Aloha.

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    • Andrew says:

      Yup, I don’t control the ads and I am too cheap to pay for the ad free blog (I think the ads trigger off words it finds in my post, guess arm + pit makes sense to some computer algorithm).

      Service this morning did have an odd energy – sad/inspiring/hopeful.
      Heather and I could use a few weeks in HNL right now.
      Have a good flight.
      Aloha.

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  2. jolynda tresner says:

    Be well. And hope this week goes better. Hang in there. (And about your ad…what about arm pits?)

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  3. Hoping all is better soon, but until then hold on, or maybe let go.

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  4. Tendonitis takes way too long to heal; but if you try to rush it you’ll be a sorry man!!! I speak from experience even though I’m not sorry and I’m not a man.

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    • Andrew says:

      My doctor tells me the same thing – takes a long time to heal. When I asked her how long she just said, “Could be awhile, get the brace, lots of ice.”

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