May 25, 2022
Good Morning Groanies,
It's tough to know what to do with yourself when you have a plumber, carpenter, landscaper, or other "er" doing work on your home. Do I engage them? Do I keep my distance? What should I do?
I don't want to get in their way, but then again I do enjoy witnessing the project's progress unfold right before my eyes. Sometimes I like to ask questions of these trained professionals just to get a better understanding of what's being done. You know things like, "What's with all the hammering?", "Wrenches, am I right?", and "Can I eat this if it says non-toxic?"
I think that they will be more productive if I steer clear so I think I'll just make myself scarce and go to another room and practice my yodeling or something. What's a guy to do?
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