Oh don't be ridiculous Darkstar2. There are many devices that people can use
at home as an aid. Of course if one is sick, they are going to the doctor or the
hospital. It's like you are saying don't use a cpap machine, don't use a blood
pressure machine, don't use oxygen at home, etc etc etc. There's nothing bad
about using a pulse oximeter.
No I don't smoke.
Well, I am not an athlete, that's for sure. But I do work probably harder than
most women my age.
This is a little bit of what I did yesterday and today:
-Went to lumber company. Purchased treated lumber. Had them cut 5 at 4 foot each. Box of 2 1/2 inch deck screws.
-Mowed the lawn
-Weed Eated around shrubs, flowers, trees, along driveway, etc.
-Removed 7 planks from the deck steps. I have 3 more to remove tomorrow. These
are pretty tough to remove due to 3 inch screws that are sunk.
-Repairing some deck stair strings with wood filler.
-Gone to Walmart for small can of exterior paint, caulking, etc
-Washed my suv with power washer. Washed with soap by hand. Waxed front and back. Cleaned out inside.
-Trimmed Bo's nails.
-And I could go on about meals, house cleaning, washing clothes, showers, and so on.
Oh yeah, I picked up my high bp med today too.
My motto is, do what you can do yourself.
Tomorrow, I am going to remove the other 3 planks, do some more wood filling, and start on
placing the new treated wood. In between heat breaks, I'll do some caulking around a couple
of windows. I have some sanding to do at an outside threshold door.
I'm not one to do nothing.