Photo-A-Day #2744

On my desk I have tons of little toys that are basically decorations. Got a little Nano Speed firetruck and an Orc from the MegaBloks World of Warcraft series.

I really wanted to shoot a photo of my neighbor’s house because that is when decorations go bad. Two of the three porches look like a vomit combination of American, Army and Halloween threw up with about fifteen Satellite dishes, old fridges and more. It is horrendous but I don’t want to get caught photographing it and cause anything between me and the neighbors. I’d have to walk across the street from it to take the photograph.

I finally got to get back to the TrekDesk this morning and yesterday morning. I even went to bed early to try and get up early. I didn’t but Eva woke me up at 20 to 7 and so I got up and got her breakfast and a show then worked out for an hour. This was not a good week for me to work out. Only did the TrekDesk for 2 hours over 2 days and missed workout at work on Sunday night. Let’s hope that this week goes better.

Had breakfast with Dad after dropping Eva at school. Then Dad and I cleaned the rest of the fence as well as some of the bushes in the front of the house. We’ve got most of the house cleaned up and ready for the Fall. I’ve still got the back yard by the garage to do and maybe clear out the garden area and get that ready for the winter so that we can plant vegetables next year.

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