My Sky Color

A forty something Dad, Husband, Engineer guy living in Western Oregon. Reflections on all things in life. A few technical things and whatever else comes along.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

One Too Many

I came to the realization yesterday that I have too many projects. I found myself acting like a labrador in a meat market. If I could focus on any one thing, some level of satisfaction could be achieved. Here's how the list looks right now:

- Reload ammo for - 300 Whisper Super and Sub sonic, 223 for varmints and the on going 44 mag.
- Repair free high quality lawn mower to replace 15 year old one that I keep tacked together.
- Diagnose and repair "new" 1940's model roto tiller.
- Complete wiring in the shop.
- Build reloading room in the shop.
- Clean all of the non-shop items out of the shop.
- Move all my stuff from the garage to the shop.
- Build 300+ feet of fence along the west side of the property to keep the neighbor from having goat barbeque.
- Mount antlers for youngest from last season and for Mrs. from season 10 years ago.
- Complete running water and power to the barn that was started 3 years ago.
- Finish getting rid of scrap from job cranes that sat next to the driveway for 2 years.
- Complete inspection signoff on the shop project.
- Do tree removal jobs for 3 different people not counting my brother.
- Be a good dad and husband.

There are more, I know there is but I'm to distracted to remember.

Labels: ,


At 2:26 PM, Blogger Carly said...

You'd better put the tree removal for your brother at the TOP of your priority list if it means we might get a chance to have a visit this summer. No pressure, or anything...


Post a Comment

<< Home