April 28, 2006

The plan for tonight.

Go home, probably order some pizza, eat it, finish reading my Road & Track, nod off while reading it and wake up to find I've been drooling again, then decide to turn around and go to sleep.

The plan for tomorrow.

Once more back up the vehicles on the driveway, and this time start cleaning out the other side of the garage. This will take all day, mainly because I found out last week that if I stay out of the house, I manage to avoid doing any laundry. Of course, cleaning out the garage makes me hurt all over, and laundry never does, but at least with the garage cleaned out I could possibly have room to put stuff.

Speaking of which, you remember those two sets of super rare alloy Volvo wheels I snagged a couple of months back for dirt cheap off of Ebay? The ones I drove around with for a while then had to sneak into the garage so as not to arouse suspicion? Last weekend in the midst of The Big 1st Round of Cleaning, I managed to get every single one of them--all eight--around into the Giant Plastic Not-a-Storage-Shed, But a Plastic Playhouse full of Lawn Implements, WITHOUT BEING CAUGHT!

I stacked them up in one corner by the door like a stack of quarters, put a burlap bag on top and a pair of boots, and it looks like they've been there forever. Proof of this came when Miss Reba came around while I was wrestling to get something else crammed in there that had been in the garage, and she didn't even notice them! I'm not sure I dare to put anything else in there, though. I'm pretty sure a 2-times-life-size poster of Jane Russell wouldn't do at all.

At least right now.

The plan for the day after tomorrow.

Wake up early and be very sore, then go to church, then come home and sleep the rest of the afternoon. Somehow, I think this particular plan will not survive past the first shot fired.

The plan for the day after the day after tomorrow.

Wake up and go to work, silly!

Now then, all of you go have a great weekend, and I'll see you back here on Monday, okay?


Posted by Terry Oglesby at April 28, 2006 04:00 PM

jut how big is that "not a shed?"

Posted by: jim at April 28, 2006 04:25 PM

Approximately 7ft square area by 6ft high. Up until now, I have not been using its volume efficiently. Then again, there's not many things that will stack well and still be accessible, such as the lawnmower and the wheelbarrow.

Posted by: Terry Oglesby at April 28, 2006 04:38 PM