Up and at em at 04:30AM, had our morning coffee together and then Donna packed it off to the truck company and then to the restaurant.
I just waited for the temperature to warm up like they said it would and then this afternoon when it reached 63 degrees I took the trim piece for the back door molding and painted the first coat on it and let it dry outside, once it sets up I will bring it in the garage and then tomorrow put the second and final coat on it. When I had the Perkay flooring installed in the kitchen the floor molding they used was made out of particle board, well after several years of water from the door opening and closing and walking in and out and it rotted and broke, I went to Lowes and got a piece of hard wood and some outdoor white paint and that should add about ten years to the life span of the new molding.
Want to take this opportunity to WELCOME two new followers, TERI, no blog listed, and I.M. at RV DREAMERS. Hope you all enjoy the going's on here at the Weeb Ranch as we wait for Donna to retire and then we head out fulltime in our 5th wheel. We will be making several trips before then when the winter finally leaves Dardenne Prairie MO. Rigg's and Sadie our mutso's will do all they can to keep things lively here also.
It's almost 04:00PM and still NO UPS truck, well she said next week and next week is here but not over yet. I am as excited as everyone else at the thought of having this drawing and it is all ready for when the shipment gets here. As Grandpa used to say Good things are worth waiting for. He also used to say good things won't hurt you but don't stuff a Lima Bean in your nose.
Dardenne Prairie was quiet today, except it is trash pickup day so I get to hear the truck stop, the banging of the trash thing that picks up your dumpster and empties it, and then usually by the time he empties mine it's time to squish, so the symphony is completed with the roaring of the motor as he compacts what ever is in the back of the truck. Makes you happy you don't work midnights anymore.
Thats the excitement for today. Be safe out there. Sam & Donna...