Finally, I asked myself: "Is there anything else I can do about the problem right now?" The answer was "NO" and I resolved to put the crappy morning behind me and enjoy the rest of the day.
I repaired the caulking around the bath tub and bathroom counters. Then Mixer Man and I met up for an evening of fishing in the mountains. Few things relax me as much as the mountains, fishing, and Mixer Man. Even though he frustrates, annoys, and confuses the crap out of me most of the time, he has a relaxing presence. I will NEVER tell him this though.
|Our fishing spot. Just a small section of a large reservoir.|
|Looking in the other direction. I love the reflection of the mountians on the water.|
|Mixer Man trying to free my line from a snag. I couldn't get a shot with his face. He hates the camera unless he is showing off an animal he just hunted or he is on his snowmobile.|
|My GIANT, two inch fish. I caught two of these. Austin says I am well on the way to solving world hunger. Mixer Man made sure he was holding it away from himself so that I would not get him on camera.|
So while the day started out terribly, it ended beautifully. Watching the sun set on the water. Meeting interesting people. And of course fishing.