Checkpoints

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Several weeks ago, I mentioned that I was nearly healed from a rather aggressive infection.

So, this is a bit of an update of a few of the items I was hoping to make some traction on:

-a work trip… Done and done.

Yes, we do tend to end up at meals out.

-rebuilding the primer/fuel filter assembly on the truck. Done.

-getting a mount/ledge assembled for my exercise bike. Done.

No idea why, but this particular bike doesn’t have a ledge of any kind on which to rest a book. Now it does.

-actually -using- said exercise bike (I nearly have the strength to do very brief rides). Done; and ongoing.

-rearranging my office. Need to rearrange it every now and again until I find something I like. Done. I rather prefer this particular layout.

-several more complex carpentry projects—think “furniture”, of course.

Eh, there’s the TV stand that I cobbled together from some spare, shop-grade 3/4″ plywood.  It was really a “How will I do? What changes will I make? To me? To it?”

-there’s a sailboat in need of being built—to say nothing, of course of the neglected sailboat whose hull needs to be reglassed. Yeah, no traction on either of those.

-wood floors need to be installed in the house. Nor on this.

-oh, and we’ll need to do a bit of house-hunting in a nearby, but much larger city. Yeah, about that: Looking is one thing. The next steps are selecting and making an offer, which can only happen after we do the same with our house.

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