Saturday, June 21, 2008

Working Hard. . .

We are in Goshen, staying over at the apartments. We have some work to get done in the next couple weeks. Still working on cleaning out the storage locker, sorting through stuff to take to Brandon's house in Florida in a few weeks.

Phaeton Place is in the driveway, but we are getting stuff out of her to take her over to the campground for the next few weeks. The refrigerator is getting replaced, so we thought while we are here we would just get it unloaded so we wouldn't have to rush to do it later. We also are going to take out the recliners and the file cabinet which sit in front of the escape window in the living room. The repair guys are going to appreciate having a clear shot getting the refrigerator out that window and the new one in. They aren't going to have to climb over any furniture.

We had what appears to be an air conditioner compressor go out in one of our rental units today so Terry checked it out. We had to call our heating/AC contractor and they will be out on Monday for the repair. It may have to be replaced. Then on Wednesday, one of the duplexes is getting all new windows. The workers will be here at 9 a.m. and out by 4 p.m. with everything done and cleaned up. The tenants are anxious to get their new windows in.

The weather has been different here than what we had down south. It is cool in the evenings, requiring jeans if you are out. Mornings are cool and warm up. Then today we had intermittent thundershowers in the afternoon and it got cool again, down to 63*. After that the sun came out and it has gotten hot again. Hmmmm. We had a storm go through last night about 2 a.m. I think. I heard the wind and was going to get up and check it out, but stayed in my nice warm bed instead.

Monday my parents are coming here in the afternoon to visit and will stay for supper. We will throw something on the grill and have some veggies. It will be good to see them.

My hip is feeling better, but only time will tell if this shot did the trick. I am doing my stretching exercises three times a day and icing it down afterwards. Sure hope it works.

Till next time. . .



Anonymous said...

Glad to hear your hip is better. I have trouble with mine too. Would love to hear more about your treatments.

Would also love some of that cool weather. We are at about 100 degrees at home, but without much humidity, it is okay. Nights are very nice.


Dale said...


I did some research on the net because I was a little vague on the mechanics of the bursitis. I also downloaded the exercises, but they are the same ones the doctor gave me. Not sure I was doing them right. I will send you some links.