07 February 2013


Today I'm on the warpath.  Projects that once mocked me while resting on the couch, now fear me.

That's right.  I said fear me.

So far I've de-cluttered, dusted, moved lite stuff and reclaimed our living space.  Which, sadly, we've long outgrown.  And since buying a house is put on hold, I'm going to have to make peace within these trailer walls.

Or as Tim calls it, our really long hallway.

I love him.

But I don't love these partial projects mocking me, so I best get back to kicking their asses.  And, even better, I'm mobile with nowhere near the amount of pain I've been in.  

And dig this, my doctor cleared me to return on the 18th.  So if everything continues well, I'll soon be a preppie again.

Life is good.


  1. That's great Jeremy. I totally should have used a Hulk picture. Maybe when I'm done kicking all this ass, I will do another post.

    Thanks of the idea.


  3. Thanks, Ray. Things are looking better. Sorry you didn't get any jam with that doughnut.

    Boric: Your comment made me laugh. Not because it's true or good advice, just because it's funny.

    (Evil grin)

  4. happy to hear the pain is gone, Ivy!

  5. Not gone, Dezzy. But man alive, a BILLION times better. Feels good to move about.

    PS: Tossing another bake it for supper. Also with organic brown pasta, but this time different cheese. But I'm loving the whole add an egg thing.

    So fun.

  6. Yay! So happy for you. Time to party.

  7. On the path to goodness...and with your home too!

  8. If you need space to store any recently purchased Bose speakers, I would be happy to help out.

  9. I agree with both of you, Stacy and Tammy.

    And as for you, Ken - you'll have to pry those out of his cold dead hands.

    That is unless he participates in yet one more frickin' kickstarter.

    Then they're yours.

  10. I love the title to this post! I've been doing the same thing over the last week. I'm doing the "if I haven't used it in 12 months, it goes in the bin" ritual. That and killing dust bunnies-horrid creatures-they must die!!!

  11. Getting your old job back has given you a big burst of energy! That's great.

  12. Good to hear you'll be back on the wagon soon!

  13. The 18th will be here before you know it. But in the meantime, keep moving on those projects!

  14. Glad you are on the mend, Whisk. When I've done Spring cleaning in the Winter it feels so darn good!!

  15. There's nothing like kicking a pain in the butt. Good for you. Repeat after me: I'LL BE BACK!

  16. A long hallway? I like that. Glad you're feeling better.

  17. Anne: Thanks, the title made me laugh when I came up with it.

    We did the toss the stuff in the bin or donate it, awhile back. Was fantastic. What a great thing to do.

    Debra: Actually it was the adjustment from last Saturday that gave me the biggest bang for my buck.

    Lurker: Enjoyed your post this morning.

    Susan: Wish I could, but I'm on the slow again. I'll be back to kick some ass soon, though.

    Elsie: Getting better little by little.

    Bard: It's fun, but now I'm back to semi-mobile. Ugh.

    Grumpster: It's nice to get a little relief.

    Susan: Yeah, he's funny.

  18. Yay, good for being mobile and imminent preppiehood! LOL on the trailer being a "long hallway." I love it. :)

  19. I'm impressed. Maybe you could kick my projects into shape. grin.
    Glad you're feeling better.
    Love the hearts and puppies.

  20. Glad to hear you're feeling better!

    Love the floating hearts.

  21. Good that you're getting better!

    Now the big question is, which She-Hulk would that be? There's more than one...

  22. Carol: It's true :-)

    Sandra: Feels good when stuff gets done.

    Kim: Thanks.

    Jen: Thanks.

    William: Thanks. But no She-Hulk, just the REAL Hulk. You know, Hulk, Hulk.