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Keep On Keeping On

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Well the good news is that my sander appears to be working and the motor didn't get wet. It was a big mess but it's all cleaned up now and my DH did work behind the building so hopefully the problem won't happen again. Just the same I'll not leave my sander or anything I value on the floor again.

I was sick for about a day and a half with headaches and nausea which has thankfully gone now. Today I was back to normal and did my 30 minutes on the treadmill again. I also kept my eating under control and did okay there. No huge portions. Tonite is a lite meal and early to bed.

Another good thing happened today -- I sold a bedroom set I had been working on refurbishing. It was a solid cherry vintage french provincial set that I restored from pretty rough shape. Triple dresser, nightstand and mirror. I'll throw in a photo of the dresser. I tried metallic pewter silver paint and that was a whole new learning curve. Very tricky to paint with it but eventually I got the hang of it and was pleased with the result. A young couple who just bought a new house got it and that made me feel good.

I'm now working on a large bombay chest and getting some of the larger pieces I had purchased done and sold.

Well, keeping busy in Texas and hanging in there with the program and hoping to build more consistency. That's the goal : consistency. Then keep pushing a bit harder for more intensity. For now I'm just going for consistency and patting myself on the back. Hope you all are doing well in your healthy journey.

So long from North Texas,
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  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    Love the chest! It's beautiful!! So glad your sander is okay and you are feeling better now.
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