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Mike, tell me it isn't true. I can't imagine you with nothing to do. Betcha a quarter you'll find a project or two.
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Mike I hope your wife doesn't see this post she would fill you up with work.
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Mike, when that happens to me I find myself scowering the internet for an interesting project for me to do.
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Never saw a married man with a list like that.
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I made a tiny shelf the other day. It's mounted outside my garage door, so that I don't spill my coffee trying to unlock the door.
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I made a tiny shelf the other day. It's mounted outside my garage door, so that I don't spill my coffee trying to unlock the door.
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I've only got one thing on my to-do list. Stop a small, but persistent, leak in my front bathroom.
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I've only got one thing on my to-do list. Stop a small, but persistent, leak in my front bathroom.
That kind of project can take months.

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That kind of project can take months.
To get started, that is!
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To get started, that is!
Oh no, been working on it since it was discovered, but after it had already gone thru the floor, and pooled up in the crawl space. But capped it off, and all was good. For about a week or so, then started leaking again, albeit less. Still leaking when turned the water back on, so sealed again, turned the water back on. Repeat. Several times. It is down to a very minor leak now, but still leaking. Gonna try one last time, but in the meantime bought a small condensate pump, so if it still drips, will route the water into the condensate pump, then when it gets a half gallon in it, will switch on and pump the water out, I'm going to run it into the sink, then shuts off until it gets another half gallon and repeats. Amazing how just sending off the payment for that pump relieved loads of stress. One way or another, the leak problem will be solved.
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