But…

But…

Remember as you read this, the work force and US government has deemed me unemployable because of Traumatic Brain Injury. In the process I have become quite the domestic engineer who takes care of his household, family and lifestyle, not particularly in that order, everyday 24×7.

This past summer has been a challenge recovering from the wicked hail damage the first week of August, then there is the sliding glass door replacement project, Done.

Installed the blinds for our front window, done.

Installed new curtains and rod over our sliding glass door, done.

We got new carpet which I arranged the contractors bid, selecting the winning bid and overseeing the installation. How could I forget to include all the house furniture moving and cleaning to get in a prepared for the new carpet state.

I am currently giving away via Craigslist, all the lumber I have accumulated from taking a part my old dilapidated deck in the backyard in preparation of a new concrete patio being graded and poured next week. And yes, this project went out through a bid process and we are good to go now, all dependent on our Colorado Autumn weather.

10/28/2016

I gave away away probably 2/3 of the old dead lumber and we are set to haul it to the dump before the snow flies, My son needs to experience going to the dump with dad as a right of passage and to let him know where trash goes. My Sliding glass door is replaced, new carpet is holding strong even though we got a new to us dog from the Buddy Center. And my new Tuff Shed is in place and full, locked but full.

About: -TBI Insider:
Mike is not a TBI doctor, he is just an advocate for traumatic brain injury. He offers his advice on brain injury from a survivors perspective and it is up to you to take or ignore his advice. Meaning he is not responsible in any way for your actions. He offers his advice for free on the world wide web and you should take it as such, cheap advice.
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