About the water leak in the ceiling of our recently remodeled bathroom…
The ceiling is fixed thanks to roofers, remodelers, and painters. The problem was that last year when The Remodelers were in the attic installing the new bathroom fan they accidentally knocked against the existing vent which jostled it enough so that the connection on the roof became loose.
Then water from melting snow and rain dribbled in around the existing vent, dripped through the attic down onto the ceiling– and eventually made itself known in the bathroom. Hence the problem.
But you know what kids, all’s well that ends well.
About MIL after FIL’s passing…
MIL, who is in her early 80s & has her own serious health issues, never wanted to live in their house after he was gone, so she has moved into an Assisted Living facility wherein she is safe and cared for by a staff who know how to keep her healthy and we hope, happy.
This is a woman, who before this, has lived in only 3 different houses in her life, so change does not come easily to her.
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers [or tots and pears 😉] regarding her.
About the confusing Latin + Native American message…
I figured it out, oh yes I did. After a bit of online research plus a conversation in real life, I realized that [ready for this?] a Shakespeare play was going to happen in a rural county park.
The message was a sly reference to Shakespeare, using Latin, combined with the name of the county park, that happened to be the name of a Native American tribe. I don’t know how effective this message was at getting people to attend the play, but it was a good brain teaser for me.
And we’ll just leave that story right here.
About the eyelid cleaning that I had last Friday…
The BlephEx™️ procedure was without drama, the way I like medical things to be. The Doc put some anti-bacterial foam on this little gadget that looked like a Dremel drill wannabe and vibrated like an electric toothbrush on cocaine.
He slowly moved it around my lash line and eyelid area, cleaning my eyelids and eyelashes as he went. No big deal, it tickled a little bit and took about 15 minutes. Immediately afterward my eyes were tired, but I could see clearly to drive & read.
Overall my eyes feel less gritty & more relaxed than before, so there you go.