One thing you should never tell me when I call to see what time you're going to be on a job is, “It's raining at my house I thought the day would be cancelled.” Duh, just where do you think the first place I go on the internet when I waken every morning? Of course, when one of our crews told me this, I popped his address up on the radar map and voila, no rain anywhere in Houston showing this morning. Either he gets his crew on the job soon, or else he finds another company to work for. Oh the joys of project managing. Two days, just two days and I'm home in Florida for a week and I won't have to deal with this.
I visited Austin again this weekend. I tarped one roof, measured and diagramed and took and labeled pictures for 8 houses and signed two contracts, not too shabby for a 3 day trip, needless to say I'm exhausted and am ready for a vacation, but if it wasn't for the fact my mother is also going to be in Florida this week, I'd delay my trip home since there is such an opportunity to sign new business from the hail storm. Money or family, both are wonderful necessities, family wins out though, big time.
In talking with Becky, she asked what are we going to do for Easter. Now, we do an Easter egg hunt where I give clues for the kids to find their eggs, and inside each egg is another clue until finally they claim their Easter basket, but any other plans for the day I've none. My home plans include mounting a flat screen TV on the wall in the bedroom and building the last section of our privacy fence in the back yard. Maybe I'll add another deck next to the pool. I am not a fan of the concrete decks found everywhere in Florida. Give me the warmth of wood. Now we could go to the beach. We could hit up Orlando, heck we could do just about anything, but nothing sparks my interest and that leads to the QOD:
What are your Easter plans?