Finally, a beautiful, sunny and warm day. 74 degrees and I was wearing sweats. Why?
I had an appointment at the Veterans Hospital for some occupational therapy on my shoulder.
Good thing I got there early, the parking lot was packed full. I spent a long time riding around looking for a space to open it. One finally opened up and I made my appointment on time.
One issue I’m dealing with is an old injury on my right shoulder, I tore the rotator cuff in training in 1992 and the therapy I had back then was pretty poor. Over the subsequent years, continual training abuse and wear and tear has left me with scar tissue and some painful, limited movement. Now maybe this therapy may be helpful and avoid surgery. The downside, I have four weeks of therapy to complete before we can even think of heading down the road.
It’s not all bad, though because it’ll give us some time to get some eye doctor visits taken care of.
Once I completed the appointment, I couldn’t get my shorts on fast enough. Those sweats really worked, they made me sweat like there was no tomorrow.
Not wanting to waste the perfect day, I dragged my foldable ladder out from the basement storage holder.
I set it up outside the kitchen slide so I could apply waterproofing spray to the slide topper until I can fix that annoying leak.
A good sweep of the dust off the top of the awning.
I bought a couple of cans of this Scotchgard Waterproofing spray.
I gave it a good coating, here’s hoping it works temporarily until I can get the awning off and perform a more permanent fix.
Marti didn’t let the day go to waste, either. She has some crafts she’s working on for the grandkids.
We’ll have to find plenty of projects and things to do around here. Looks like we’ll be hanging around until mid February. We may find ourselves heading south to Florida while waving to all the returning northbound snowbirds… :cO
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