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Slow Recovery [Dec. 2nd, 2010|10:32 am]
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Am finally waking up awake in the morning, and getting through every other afternoon without a nap.   Energy low, but returning in dribs and drabs.   Work chugging along (still slow, but at least moving) on the book.

This means actual posts to my various blogs will be scantier--both in numbers and length--until I'm caught up (if such a miracle is even possible.)   Spending most of November feverish and coughing my lungs out was not helpful.   However, I will drop in from time to time and give a progress report on something.  It might be me, the book, the house (where a major door repair project is now cumbering the utility room with a door, two of whose edges are bristling with clamps),  the garden, the critters...something.  

Today's progress report is "slow recovery", "slow progress" on book,  "slow cooking" (about to start a soup-of-the-week) and the need to get back to work.  Like, um, now.

[User Picture]From: silverbackbutch
2010-12-02 04:52 pm (UTC)


You have my sympathy. I *hate* dealing with door repairs/replacements. They are always so...fiddilly.
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2010-12-02 05:22 pm (UTC)

Re: doors

We replaced an exterior door a few years after we got this house. The current door-in-repair was the exterior door from house to garage, before the former owners converted the one-car garage to a utility room. They had built storage right up to the door, so having to change out the door by the usual method of buying a frame-inset and hung door is something we really don't want to do. And it's an odd size. (I know, what were they thinking...)

The "skin" started delaminating from the frame years ago, and I duct-taped the sucker which worked until the delamination proceeded to the hinge side.

It might be easier to build the stupid thing. Right now it's in the utility room on its non-hinge side, with clamps all along the hinge-side where we glued it up yesterday.
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From: (Anonymous)
2010-12-03 03:07 am (UTC)


I am so very glad to hear you're getting your energy back. Continue to rest often, as you know. May the repairs go smoothly and the energy flow back faster, so you can feel fully well again.

Love from Minneapolis,
Gretchen S. :)
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2010-12-03 05:48 am (UTC)

Re: Recovery

Thanks. I had a faceplant-in-the-bed time this afternoon, and a blah evening, but overall I know I'm better.
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[User Picture]From: moonsinger
2010-12-06 10:47 pm (UTC)
Glad to hear you are feeling better.
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