I'm coming to grips with the fact that if we even manage to get blow-up beds
or mattresses on the floor for the holidays, it'll be a miracle.
But Christmas is all about miracles isn't it?
So there's hope.
And where there's a will there's a way.
I love that saying.
And goodness knows I've got plenty of will.
Maybe too much.
The long hours are beginning to show on Joe
and he's been a crabby "you-know-what" today.
But everybody has an off day
and he'll probably be his old self again tomorrow
after a good night's sleep.
He looks passed out in this photo.
All I can see is his size 14's
You don't think I've worn him totally out do you?
Not a chance!
Changing the sheets in the "nose" of the trailer
requires one to be limber and a bit of a contortionist!
I winced when I paid the price for the 5" memory foam topper.
But it's been worth every penny.
The new heated mattress pad
means that we're officially old geezers.
But goodness, it's wonderful to climb into warm sheets
in this cold tin can.
Knobs and pulls were installed in the kitchen
nd the cabinets tweaked by our cabinet maker.
Just a few more days and the kitchen will be able to be cleaned!
And in an answer to my prayers:
the refrigerator is on and working!!!