Tool thoughts #55: overcoming inertia: How do you do it?

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Blog entry by NedB posted 02-24-2014 05:38 PM 1535 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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Hi folks, Monday rolled around again and I am sad to say I missed a 5 day window of ‘warm’ weather, where I could have accomplished a few things out in the shop.
I did get ‘something’ done… I have the 4×8 rigid insulation sheets clogging up the main part of my shop. Eventually the plan is to hang them up at the top sill of my shop. To that end, I needed at least one 2×4x12 to span the shop and give me a support to rest the sheets on. One thing led to another and despite the best laid plans of either
a) borrowing my son’s truck, or
b) taking the Escape down to the lumber/hardware store saturday morning didn’t work out.

I did manage to get down there sunday morning, but I had to work sunday afternoon, so I didn’t do more than get the lumber and stash it in the shop.

Looks like the polar vortex will be back this weekend, and of course it is my bi-weekly weekend ‘off’. Think I’ll just tell my dispatcher that I’m available for stats and make some $.

-- Ned - 2B1ASK1

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#1 posted 02-24-2014 08:52 PM

Another case of…





Yep… I know they go too… LOL

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