I must apologize for my lack of posting. 2020 started off great. I finished a very busy season. My best ever! We started the new bathroom. Then I broke my finger screwing in a screw.
The dudes came to give Martin a hand in pouring concrete.
With the concrete work complete. All my work done it was finally time to start building.
However the weather was not the best. The girls loved it though.
We had appointments in the valley for yearly check ups and a very special boys birthday.
Go cart racing. Martin and Marty battled and Martin came out with the fastest lap of the night. The old man still has it.
As soon as we got home we got busy building. But first with all the snow we had to dump water. Hopefully this will be the last time. With a new bathroom we plan on using that water we would dump back to Mother Nature.
The girls had so much fun playing in the water and mud. Now it was time to build.
The progress was going good for only two days of building. Then on the third day 2020 went all to hell.
I was screwing in a 3” screw and the damn thing would catch in the wood. So I adjusted my hand to hold it better. Pressed harder and pulled the trigger faster then it caught the wood along with my glove. It twisted my glove around the screw. I said, “Ooow my finger.” I could not let go of the screw cause it was caught. I had I put the drill in reverse then I was free. Pulled my glove off and went, “ Oh Shit!” Martin said, “Girls get in the truck”. He loaded us all and he zoomed down US60 looking at that ugly finger the whole way. Hoping it was just dislocated he made the hour trip to the hospital in 50 min. Awaiting the doctor to look at it the pain started to set in. The X-ray proved my suspicions wrong. It was not only broke but shattered, twisted and shorter.
When the doctor told me I needed surgery to pin it I just started crying. I was so mad at myself. I worked so hard during my season and I was so looking forward to helping Martin build now I was screwed really screwed. Martin was able to contact my hand surgeon and surgery was scheduled within three days. That meant another trip to the valley. (We just got back)
With my styling left hand we didn’t let it slow us down much.
With the bathroom all sealed up Martin was able to cut the hole for the doorway. This was a big deal.
Peek-a-boo I see you.
A new bathroom needs power, water and propane. So pulling all those was another big deal.
We were so anxious to get the toilet in Martin started tiling. Me I took a nap. Still struggling with pain!
Back to the valley we go first post op appointment.
OMG!!! What the hell did I do?
Till next time…..