- This is the second entry on my Why - Why Not page:
LIFE IS SHORTER THAN WE THINK
- I had breast cancer at age 61. It was small and with radiation and surgery I was assured it was completely removed. But this experience made me really aware that life is short. We don't have forever to do the things we dream of.
- NOW is the time to get the ball rolling, get the house fixed up and DO IT before it is to late!
- Everyday counts!
- Several boxes of old magazines from the 90's that were in the attic crawl space.
I also moved several pots and pans to a hard to get at cupboard in dining room. I will notice if I want to use any of them over the next year or so. I do use almost all of them, but I want to see if I can comfortably cook without them on a day to day basis. I will need them at Thanksgiving, but how many of that type dinners do you make while living on the road.
The weather is fantastic today. I had a dental appointment near were there is a weekend flea market. I was aware it was also open on Fridays so I stopped to check it out. They were just closing for the day. I talked to one vendor and he said that business was terrible, no one had money, and Saturday was usually a better day. Friday the fee is only $15, so when I'm ready to do one, I might go on a Friday just to get everything out of boxes and priced. I'll have to get over there on a weekend soon to see how much people are charging for things. I might do one at my house, but we live on a small road and there is very little parking.
593 days, or 1 year, 7 months, 13 days to go.
1000 miles on the treadmill to get into shape for long hikes in the National parks!
2 miles today 992.5 to go