Day 9: Thursday: They built an insulation box around the HVAC. We had high hopes for a little more forward movement. They were dashed indeed. The Geezer worked with a biodegrading computer program. I cleaned out the art and architecture shelves. Few were discarded only because of mold damage. Dinner: Chicken kababs over a grain, few point chocolate ice cream to follow.
Day 10: Friday: G spent the whole day struggling with his work programs. Poor guy. The only interruption, one guy came in and built a door for HVAC access. That was it. Frankly, most of the time I’m ok living like this, but if I get to thinking I get very unhappy. Living this small is interesting. I didn’t pack enough clothes tho. Perhaps I was an optimist. ** We are doing good with our WW breakfasts and lunches. G packed me a just delightful sandwich for lunch today. I admit to being spoiled. Dinners have been WW failures. Tonight a sandwich, then we driving a very long way around to a meeting as there is a marathon in the middle of our usual route. Later lots of Boston news.
Day 11: Saturday: So very glad the one 19 year old was caught alive. I don’t think we will have many answers, but maybe we can have a little hope. I still fall apart when I see photos of the 8 year old boy. ** The sun is out. Glorious stuff sunshine. I hope I can talk G into a little shopping today. A few T-shirts will augment my every day stuff as the temperature rises into the 80’s here at the coast. (28.3 C.) ** Found some shutters at Home Depot that match the living room ones yet will cover the giant black boarders of the new windows in the kitchen and upstairs bath. HD was then apologetic as they couldn’t figure out if they still sold them or not. Gee…why did they have them on display then if they didn’t still sell them? **