Friday, October 14, 2005

I like fixing things

Let me start by saying, "Where does the time go?" I can't believe it's been a week since I last posted. Sorry! We have been busy! With Courtney being on fall break, our schedule is not as predictable as usual. We have gone on two field trips to Breeden's Orchard and Gentry Farm. We had a sleepover with our good friends Tracie and Caroline. Mark was out of town for 3 days. And there was a band contest last Saturday.

So, I like to fix things. The dishwasher picture shows a blue tube that I replaced recently and yesterday I fixed the faucet on Mark's sink. The aerator had to be replaced. That's the piece where the water comes out. Pretty simple stuff actually! I can remember fixing things when I was younger like jewelry or toys. I like putting things together also. And I do read the directions! I am going to try and do more of this handy-girl kind of stuff around here. There's no reason to wait for Mark to do something that I can do and enjoy doing!

Now if I could just enjoy laundry, housework, and cooking, I would be the perfect wife!


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TracieClaiborne said...

I'm going to start calling you Martha!!! She loves to fix things too. You're a hoot. Way to go though!

I miss you!