Okay, I cleaned the wood stove chimney pipe and I took a pic to see if it was clean. It wasn’t. I couldn’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. I grabbed my wire chimney brush and scraped some more. Not a job for a lady, but I’m not an ordinary lady.
Take care and stay safe, we’ll soon see the light at the end of the tunnel. 🙂
As a child, I spent my summer holidays by the swamp catching tadpoles and other creepy critters or running after wild animals. I wanted to become a veterinarian when I grew up. But destiny turned my life around - I moved to Italy, where I obtained my BS in Environmental Sciences and Territorial Management.
When not working in our family-run business, I write, read, play with clay, doodle, and go on scavenger hunts in the woods, followed by my six cats.
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That’s pretty cool!
Angie, at first I wondered, where did I take this pic? Then I remembered. You know, my men (husband and son) work too many hours a day, about 13. So I try not to cumbersome them with other duties. I guess that behind a great man there’s a great woman. I only wish the Lord to grant me the strenghth to keep on going. Take care.
You are a great woman! I was just thinking the same thing, for my husband. He has a very stressful 2 weeks, so I’ve been planning how to keep extra duties away from him!
That’s thoughtful on your part. He will appreciate it. Keep me posted. If you need any tips let me know – masonry, carpentry, you name it I’ve done it and love to do it.
Oh, thank you!