As winter drags on, one day turns into the next and I am plagued with a constant headache. I am convinced that the wood burning stove is responsible. I know that it saves a bundle of money and I appreciate the warm air. I will appreciate it a lot tomorrow as the temperature is supposed to drop into the negative. Wind chill factors in a lot here.
We sit upon a tiny knoll here before the interstate dips into a valley. You will recall that the wind picked up a structure around the pool pump and carried it into the trees. It was a metal building that one would put in a back yard to hold tools and such. Not ugly, but not attractive. Looked a lot better than the pump and filters sitting there for all to see. HeWho is proud of his plumbing skills had various PVC pipes connected in a twisted fashion that one camper said looked like a Mouse Trap game. I took that to mean that it looked like a group of 4 year-olds had designed it. HeWho took it as a compliment. All of his plumbing looks like that, but most is covered in dirt. But, once again, I am off subject.
I was complaining about the ache in my head and boredom. I have things to do, but the areas I want to work in are cold. We do not heat the store. So, here I sit, with three dogs in my lap, wasting time watching TV and playing solitaire. HeWho happens to be up, so I ask for some Tylenol. I look up to see him not 2 inches from the TV studying the men from the hearing aid commercial. I suppose he didn't hear my request, so intent is he. I am fascinated by his fascination. (Did I mention just how bored I am?). Finally I asked what he was doing and he informed me that the bald guy has more nose hair that the other guy. My boredom must have crossed over to him.
So, I turned to Judge Judy to hear her dole out some justice in the form of common sense. Judge Judy does not entertain idiots. I have 13 episodes on the DVR. I plan to binge watch until it is time to disguise the leftovers with cheese or something. I am thinking a nice nap is in order. The dogs are asleep and HeWho was called out to a cab ride.