In Dylan terms, that means I miss the basement!
If you have not been following along, I have had not one, but two floods and countless craziness that has misplaced first my stuff and then me, from the basement office.
I am happy to report that there is a light at the end of the tunnel (hopefully not with a runaway train right behind it) and I am starting to believe I might actually get back in the newly renovated office soon. (define soon).
Here is why I have confirmed that working upstairs is not for me. Yesterday would be a perfect example.
8am-10am: House renovations across the street on one side reach a fevered pitch
10am-12pm: House on the other side takes down a tree and woodchipper whines on for 2 hours
12pm-1pm: Fall clean-up with the gardener at the next door neighbor
1pm-3:30pm: landscapers come to roto-till my yard since the waterproofers left a big section of dirt (aka mud) after the drywall went in.
So, pretty much that was a solid 7 and a half hours of white noise.
No can do.
Of course that did not hold a candle to the 5 hours of jackhammering in the basement last Wednesday from the waterproofers. (that my son slept through, BTW)
So my friends, it is almost back to the basement for this noise sensitive lunatic. And I couldn’t be happier.
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