Done with the Roof (Maybe)

After work yesterday, I dragged out the ladder and swapped antennas for Lion. The new mount feels more secure. Lion was a little upset that I couldn’t get the mast any higher. I was able to lift it about a foot and a half off the roof. The top of the mast is even with the tree next to the house. The antenna sticks up another ten feet or so.

I told him the best thing about the antenna is that it’s done. I don’t have to go back on the roof again. Not so fast. Hold your horses. Back the train up. While he’s able to get a few more repeaters, he wants more. Unfortunately, the next step is a lot more money. He’ll need a different radio and a different antenna. (Sigh) I may be going back on the roof eventually.

An hour on the roof was followed by getting the garbage and recyclables ready for pickup. I’d forgotten about the new Fire TV box. Luckily, I just had to unplug the old box and plug in the new box. For the record, any time I’ve done something like climbing up on the roof and then “all I have to do” is one more thing, it annoys me. I may not be quite as achy as I was before I lost weight, but that doesn’t mean I don’t get tired and achy. (When I was up on the roof, Lion asked what he could do for me, and I told him he could get me my 20-year-old body back. He said he’d need more boner juice.

I think we’re going to try another injection tonight. This time, he’s going to try a cock ring to keep blood from flowing out when he’s on his back. Now that I think about it, could that have been the problem all along? Would a cock ring eliminate the need for boner juice? We’ll try it with boner juice tonight and maybe without tomorrow. It’s worth a shot.

Lion has a new rule. He wanted a travel mug so his coffee would stay warm during our mid-morning coffee break. I obliged and bought him one similar to the one he’d gotten me. However, I usually have to track down his mug before I can make his coffee. Lion sometimes forgets to bring it back into the kitchen. My theory is that he can return it when he sets up the coffee pot. Duh! Seems simple when you think about it. He’s managed to remember today. Let’s see how long that lasts.