I set out to simply turn on the de-humidifier. A task that should have taken all of two minutes. O.K.- three if you include finding an orange extension cord. I ended up moving plastic bins to get a sighting. Then once I spotted it (under the laundry table) I realized that there were bricks that had fallen in front of it. Those bricks had been in front of the chimney, holding the cover against a hole. That hole was full of soot, leaves and such, which ofcourse had to be cleaned up before the bricks would fit back where they came from. And the bricks had to be put back in order to clear a path so that I could roll the de-humidifier out from under the table, so that I could dry up that wet spot in the basement, now that the rain has stopped (at least for a few days). It took me twenty-seven minutes to get that thing going!!!!
I love him. I love our six. I am passionate about educating our six outside of the traditional class room. I am a follower of Christ. I love the ocean, the mountains and the forest. I love art, history and science.
This is our journey.