Since yesterday was a holiday, I spent it installing tile in our laundry room with the help of DaughterGeeding, and we had a blast. That got me to thinking about the argument about what to spend money on, experiences or possessions. I’ve always said possessions because the type of things that I buy are things that enable experiences. As both kids grow older, I can see us sharing lots of experiences with the tools and materials (possessions) I’ve bought. Sure, going to Disney World was fantastic, but I expect to spend many more experiences with the kids building and fixing stuff instead of hiring someone else to do it.
I ran out of mortar with just five tiles to go, so I had to make a run to the home improvement store. The tiles are half staggered but after I finished laying them all down, I noticed the box state they should be third staggered. With the laundry room floor being so small, I don’t think it will matter much.
I saw a picture of Bush43 campaigning for his brother yesterday and was surprised at how much his hair has receded in the front.
I watched zero minutes of the Grammy’s, but sixty on ‘The X-Files’ and sixty on ‘Better Call Saul’, which started off season two pretty solidly.