Ups and downs. Literally.

1136f0f4-0e10-4bff-a681-8bd6c362205f_300After church we ran a couple of errands (IKEA, mostly) and grabbed lunch (Greens & Grille for some great salads). When we got home I changed and headed out to the patio to read with my ears (audio book) and soak up some sunshine. After a long chapter, I turned on tunes and intended to nap.

Then I started to see things.

Before I knew it I had the 8 ft. ladder from the garage along with a small assortment of tools and I was doing stuff. That stuff led to other stuff.  And then even more stuff. My best estimate puts me up and down the ladder two dozen times. I’ll feel that tomorrow.

What a gorgeous day to be outside in the fresh air and sunshine!

Now, where are those Advil?

2 thoughts on “Ups and downs. Literally.

  1. mrb782012 says:

    And that is the sort of flow that I can’t make myself do, but it is such a gift when it happens (& makes me wonder why something that “shouldn’t” be that big of a deal seems either impossible or incredibly easy)! YEAH!!

  2. Andy says:

    I was at my daughter’s house last weekend and had almost the exact experience. I saw one thing that just needed a ‘little help’, that lead to another and then another. Six hours later I had to stop due to total lack of energy (used up all that I had) and darkness. Good thing the next day I spend all day driving back home because the old bod wasn’t doing much of anything else.

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