Twenty hour day

I woke up at a quarter to 4 and started cleaning up the incredibly messy Johnson Controls survey. I had to leave at 7 and drive down to St. Paul where I had promised to clean up my kid’s backyard. It was a mess. They had had a tree removal service cut down a twenty inch think pine tree and had kept most of the trunk for burning in great round cheese wedges. I bought a sledge hammer and a splitter and I split it all up into burnable size pieces. Then I climbed all over their trees which completely shade the yard and used my pruning saw to give them some light.

I drove home and just got back in time to hear the weather. No painting tomorrow I guess. I spent the rest of the evening till a quarter to midnight working to make sense of the survey again. I’ll have to continue on it when I wake up.