The roofers got a lot done today. I expect them to finish tomorrow.
I will be overjoyed to have the freedom to jump in the truck or go for a run.
Mostly, I have been "available" which means I stayed in the house and over-ate. I am starting to get that Covid weight-gain thing.
I knocked out a couple tiny house projects. A few months ago one of our under cabinet lights puked. I replaced it with a unit from a Big-Box store. The new unit had a tiny switch that was difficult to see tucked up beneath the cabinet. It was easier to turn on by plugging and unplugging.
Today I drilled a 1/2" hole through the cabinet over-hang and spliced in a push-button switch. It works but the switch is high effort.
The other side project was to fix the ceiling fan/light in Belladonna's room.
It required dusting the blades and screwing the bulb back into the socket. Somebody had removed the bulb but left it in the globe. Fixed and fixed. That was an easy one.
I also got next week's fiction knocked out.
Other than that, it was a day of doing nothing and going nuts.
On the agenda for the coming week is two days at Mom's. Get the septic tank pumped out (or get it scheduled) and drywall the ceiling of the kid's bathroom.
I have been holding off on drywalling until we had our roof leaks eliminated. The asphalt shingle roof was 20 years old and the roof vents were not the best. The only leaks were are likely to get now are from ice dams and word on the street is that steel roofs shed snow and ice dams are unlikely.