As I continue to recover from this stupid sinus infection, I have come to the conclusion that I’m not happy that I’m getting old… this recovery is taking about as long as when I broke my leg! On the upside, there was no lasting damage to either of my old surgeries, so, as soon as my sinuses stop manufacturing hydrochloric acid (so it seems), I’ll be over it. In the meantime, I’m splicing lines and other things that I can do without crawling around in various sinus-draining positions. I gotta tell you though… every time I go out into the garage and see the pressure washer and the shop vac, I start thinking…..!
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