I cleared one of the two sheds out today. I am going to have the tree removal company move it to the neighbors. The other yard barn will be moved behind the big barn. I am trying to appreciate the little moves forward. I don't know why something as simple as building a garage has to turn into such a project. Seems like it's always one step forward, three steps back. I have tried for four years to accomplish this simple task. I will try and remain positive. My tree guy says he will have the tree and stump out before the end of the month. I am hopeful. If the current builders don't succeed in building my garage, I will hire someone in the spring. I am bound and determined to have my building done by spring at the latest.
Thursday, September 2, 2021
Well, on the plus side, my tree guy assured me the tree in the backyard will be down before the end of the month. The bad news, one of the crew of builders had a horrible fall and broke his neck, God look out for him. I hope he makes a full recovery. He is one of the neighbor's brother. Must just be a suck ass year altogether. My neighbor fell off a ladder working on his house and broke his wrist. Been just one suck ass year, or two. Still have three plus years of suck with the dumbass that occupies the oval office. At the current rate of destruction, I am sadly doubtful.
I am looking forward to the tree removal and getting one step closer to my goal. But, I am hoping my neighbor and his family heal from their recent downfalls. I hope 2022 improves. 2020 election set the bar pretty low, so I am trying to remain optimistic.