New entry in my Kilt blog 9/21/2011

Monday, September 26, 2011

Old Fools Journal: How To Fix Stuff or Being a supervisor is such a drag

Procrastination gives you something to look forward to. ~ Joan Konner










The materials have been laying around for two days.


and I was getting around to it. 









But then a mere woman and a boy came along










and finished the job.
Note to self: Do not think this will this will always work.

Procrastination is the greatest labor saving invention of all time. ~ Anonymous


8 comments:

Dizzy-Dick said...

Dang, you are lucky it worked the first time!! Never seemed to work for me.

Steven Cain said...

Add this to your list of ways you have it made.

Oddly enough, brought to you by the word verification... kings.

Oldfool said...

Every time I have ever thought I had it made a sack of shit has been dumped on my head. I avoid "having it made" at all cost even if I have to screw it up myself.
Looking back however I see that I have "had it made" on several occasions. Glad I didn't know it at the time.

Ben in Texas said...

Hey!!! Send those Two Wandering workers over this way!!!I got some minor gutter work needs doing and Heck , I'd even feed them!!

workbike said...

Hehe. I have to do stuff like that myself, but on the other hand I don't have to cook, so I think I'm still doing okay.

Judith said...

Works for me. I am a big fan of procrastination.

Gwen Buchanan said...

Hey looks great!! You really know how to get things done..

... and I see a metal roof too.. wish we had done one of those in the first place.. we just spent a week ripping off old asphalt shingles and replacing them with new ones on the barn. crappy job.

Oldfool said...

Gwen: These repairs were a result of hurricane Gustav and so was the new roof. The old roof was more than 60 years old, we think, and nailed on in the old style. It was still good but every nail needed to be replaced with screws. It was cheaper to put on a new one. The old roofing is stored and I have already used some of it to build a shed roof. Metal seems to hold up in high winds better than anything else here.