Stuff we ordered for each other has arrived, she got me a shop crane/engine hoist, and I took her Amazon shopping for a replacement for her vacuum cleaner that doesn’t suck. The engine hoist is her statement that I’m still allowed to build the Sprint-T, I just have to strip the donor vehicle in a different location than our house. The vacuum cleaner is my statement that I’m tired of listening to her berating the broken vacuum cleaner for being broken and not sucking up the dirt as she uselessly pushes it back and forth across the floor every week.
You can see there is a large difference in volume and weight, but not much in price, her vacuum cleaner was only like $30 cheaper than the
engine hoistshop crane.
This is the direct result of not having to pay the full, undiscounted facility bill for the DVT that wasn’t back in September. Since I wasn’t counting on being able to get a discount on that bill I got the full amount out of the trust and what we are buying presents with is some of the savings from my negotiations. I know I have mentioned that repeatedly in the past, but as I have a new publicist software I don’t know how many people reading this have never seen this blog before. Actually I should rephrase that to how many reading this are not Sioux Geonz or Ted Rogers, because they are about my only steady readers, but I do get a lot of repeats who are not steady readers, so I really have no idea who has seen the other posts about the trip to the ER and the bills it caused, or any of the rest of it.
So, anyway, we finally got a little something that will make our lives easier/happier so this is a good Xmas for us, and all the cats and people here at Casa de El Poeta wish the same or better for you and yours. The squirrels not so much, but what can you expect from squirrels?