I feel better this morning. Man yesterday I was spaced-out. Colchicine is a trade-off of pain for dizziness, one that anyone with gout gladly accepts, but boy howdy. I know I work on ladders when I am not in strangers homes doing the technical side of the CPE (customer premises equipment) Internet work. If my brain was functioning at 50% I’d probably have wondered if they thought I was back on the dope. What cha gunna do? Gotta earn. In that light here are a few pics from around the ‘hood.
On the way back from lunch with Nell she said, “Brian, whoa honey…!” I was veering toward the rails of the bridge on Mills Ave. Yes I was having a little trouble focusing. No rubber necking, especially when the Jeep starts following my gaze. Sorry honey.
At this point in the morning it was very cold. Not long afterwards I was regretting wearing long underwear. Maybe it was the colchicine making me heat up. I don’t know, but it was uncomfortable. I know dressing in layers is the key, but striping down to pull off insulated underwear seemed like way too much trouble.
My sentiments exactly Andrew. After another job in town I headed for Rociada to do the final WiFi installation of the day in a huge and fancy house in Pendaries. Certainly it was a challenge considering how lousy I felt. I think I did a nice job. Around six o’clock I headed down the valley for home.
My son Austin and Amelia were at the ranch which I knew because he called asking what the gate lock combination was while I was balancing on the roof in Rociada. We had a nice visit. Austin and Amelia went with Brittany to NMHU where she is signing up for classes, starting this Summer. We’re as excited for Brittany as she is to be moving up to a full college level environment.
Alrighty, it is time to put on my game face one more time this week.
I hope your weekend and Easter holiday is wonderful and bright.
Brian Flyin-Man Rodgers