While the movers were there, the satellite guys were also there. That was lucky for everyone, because it took five men to put up the television.
This television came with the house, but we had to take it down to paint. It is our version of the JerryTron in our house. (if you read this blog you know we also have one in the RV)
I will go on record here that I am the television fanatic in the household. Barry mainly uses it for the music channels.
Then today, I read that more than two hours a day of television is bad for your brain. I probably should have known this, but I guess I have watched too much television to recall that fact. It is probably too late for me, but I have only seen forty-five minutes of television today.
Here is the television all set up and working. Woo Hoo!
Barry put up some pictures.
there is still a lot to do.
Our friend, Becky, brought us dinner-homemade Chicken Pot Pie. It was yummy. I asked her to bring it the night after we moved into the house. I knew we were too tired to enjoy it the night of the move.
I can't even remember where we went to eat the night of the move, but on the way home I was feeling melancholy. Barry said the move was good for us. We were entering a new phase of our life.
I asked, "What is this phase called?"
Barry replied, "The next to last phase."