What a two days! I have a newly found respect for roofers because laying that tar for several hours on end was a lot more taxing than I realized. I had done some small repairs previously, and the small jobs weren’t so bad, but this one took it out of me. The good news is I got most of the hard stuff done. The bad news is there’s still a lot more to go. With the weather looking the way it is, I may put that off for a couple of weekends. Hopefully, what I have finished will prevent any leaks until I can finish the rest.
Despite being a little sore and ragged, I love physical labor. Nothing is quite as therapeutic for me as hard work. It clears my mind and allows me to focus solely on the task at hand. Even if just for a few hours, all of my problems vanish, and it’s just me and the job. Those of you who enjoy working in your yards or building something by hand probably know what I’m talking about. Those of you who don’t should try it. There’s not much more relaxing, and the instant gratification of seeing the job complete satisfies you quite nicely.
There’s still much to be done. I have to finish and organize the inside and clean up around the outside, but considering the condition when I started, I’m content with the progress so far. If I can do a little each day, by the time the boys are here, it should be a safe, cozy little place for us to hang out and play in. The last time they were here, they loved the motor home and thought it was the coolest place they’d ever been, so hopefully by the time I’m done, they’ll love it just as much this time.
That’s about all today. Tonight, I need to rest my body. Tomorrow, I’ll get back to work and hopefully make more progress, and I hope to write a much more entertaining entry. Until then, I hope everyone has a wonderful evening.