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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Just for a change, no buildings to restore today

She's a beautiful city. I'm guessing building restoration will be needed in the near future; for now, though, let's just enjoy the view.

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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Live Free or Restore Buildings

Once again, Bruce Willis thinks very little of how hard I work at restoring buildings for a living. He tells me to live free? I tell him to go restore a building or two, then see what "living free" really means. It's the feeling of getting up before the sun and putting on a set of battered steel-toe boots. A breakfast of two fried eggs, an orange or an apple (whichever Nancy bought for me), a couple of glasses of water, half a pot of coffee, a Snickers bar, and maybe some granola. Then, it's off to the bathtub for a relaxing soak with scented bath beads. Usually, sage-scented, unless they were out of sage at the Bed Bath and Beyond, and then I'll try one of the other random bath bead scents that I don't like nearly as much as the sage scent. I try not to get worked up about it but a man has a routine in the morning and breaking that routine can be a frustrating experience, as I've tried to explain - gently! - to whichever associate I happen to speak with at the local BB&Beyond. Sage is part of my morning routine. Finally, it's time to go restore buildings all day.

So, Bruce Willis - I'd say come spend a day in my sage-scented shoes. Come see what it's really like to Live Free or Restore Buildings.

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