Yep, it’s a LOT of old radiator pipes
Ok, so a friend pointed out the other day that Gregg was having second thoughts about where to place the meter, but while he told everyone that would listen or for that matter read the blog, he neglected to tell me. I don’t know why, something about fear and worse things then death, blah, blah, blah. I have a call into Jason at PPL to find out if the other location is acceptable, but I have been told by the designer that my new location is not really a building, but a dilapidated wall with three other walls trying to stand next to it with no roof left to speak of. Hum sounds like most of the buildings. Needless to say I am ignoring the designer of the electrical pad and asking Jason, who was the one who told me I could have a pad instead of a pole.
So the east side of the house is getting pointed starting Sept 15 if we are lucky. The roofers want to leave the pent roof on that side unfinished until the mason comes; they also don’t want to place the downspouts on until the mason is done. The plumbing, the new well, the electric and the cable are all coming into the house at the same location on the east side of the house, and the gutters are to be fed into a pipe that runs underground along the east side of the house, around the corner, across the parking lot and driveway, and empties on the side of the hill- all of this needs to be coordinated and I am getting a little crazy because of it. I still need to dig out the dirt around the existing electrical going into that side of the house and it looks as though I will be the one to do it. Sigh.
I need to get all the windows and window sashes done by the end of September.
I need to hire a paver.
I need to hire an excavator to do the septic.
My mom calls – her email is down again. When I check it, I find that she has viruses again.
I am really cranky and mean to Gregg, I feel bad. Could it be that I didn’t fall asleep until 3 am?
Darin is hard at work glazing now, and Mike is taking care of the dormer siding.
I am sure there is more. Oh, I have learned to drive the dump truck, and at the end of the day, I went up the hill to start the burn pile on fire. Darin went with me because he had the lighter.
I called Toni; I need to know what type of inspections I need to have done, and when and who needs to do them â€“ who do I call.
All in a days work, I am going to bed.
Sleep well, my love; you’ve earned it.