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Box of the... um... week.
While I was getting a box done almost every day for a while, I have been trying not to use decongestants after a bout of "rebound congestion". Yep... it is just about exactly as fun as it sounds. Unfortunately, this is one of my worst times of the year for allergies, congestion, sinus headaches, and general stuffiness. So not taking decongestant has me feeling really quite miserable.
Of course, laziness is also a big factor in not getting much done lately... but also this:
Three cords of hoped-to-be-wonderful firewood. In fact it is equal parts good wood, terrible wood, and mediocre wood. Compared to the "high quality" we were guaranteed, it really isn't worth the price. The guy finally contacted back and promised a half-refund, but who knows if and when that will happen.
I managed to stack about 3/4 cord of the good stuff into the firewood bay attached to the barn, but I am a little at a loss as to where to put the rest and the daunting task of sorting out all the bad wood isn't very appealing. And after a failed attempt at a screwdriver rack to relieve the over-filled magnet door, I have been mostly coloring and watching old television shows.
Today however, I got back to box building and got a sandpaper box all done with magnet strips on the door for the screwdrivers.
It turned out well and got extra organized with a inside-the-door sandpaper sheet organizer and a similar "corner cat sander" organizer.
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