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Sunday, July 12, 2020

My exercise entries are becoming boring---same entries over and over. However, since we're clearing rooms of the "leavings" of workers on the house, that's what I've been doing. We had tiles, wall board pieces, electrical trimmings and then sweeping to do. We now have 2 rooms left to do before final painting, some finishing carpentry, and carpet go in. Tomorrow we'll tackle that room. I say "we" but I can do the picking up/throwing in dumpster/sweeping and leave others to do some other work. I hope to finish 1 of the rooms in the a.m.
My husband and the project manager are putting up wire shelving in closets and doing some painting.
The electrician and plumber are also to be here tomorrow to continue work--some outlets/switches to finish, a couple of outside lights and a couple of fans to go up and the sinks and faucets in 2 bathrooms. Maybe the refrigerator installed since it has an icemaker, and maybe the correct brackets for anchoring the dishwasher to a granite countertop.
So, maybe 1 or 2 more days of the heavy lifting, moving on my exercise report.
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    Slot of hard work but it will be wonderful when its done.
    379 days ago
    It's a big job, for sure! But it sounds like you're making great progress. My exercise these days is yard work!
    388 days ago
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    I agree with the others! Doesn't matter if it's repetitive, and it's never boring, it's great for you!
    388 days ago
    WTG! Entries may seem repetitive and boring but just think of all those calories you're buring!
    388 days ago
    Great that your exercise has a double purpose! emoticon
    388 days ago
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    It’s all exercise and when you’re sore the next day you can see why.
    388 days ago
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