Getting the Garage Back One Small Step at a Time

I just simply gave up a few years back.

  • I attempted to maintain although I knew I was not able to stick with it.

The garage is the thing that I am talking about. When the people I was with and I first moved into our home, I guarded the garage as though it were my territory alone. I simply was not going to be 1 of those dudes who opens the garage door and all this junk comes tumbling out. I did, in fact, argument the great argument for a while. However, I should have seen it coming. The garage shares space with the inside Heating, Ventilation and A/C unit. So, I supply it a fairly wide berth. I want the Heating, Ventilation and A/C to have all the unrestricted air flow it ever needs. That being the case, I would only park 1 vehicle inside the garage. This was the beginning of the end for my control over the garage. This left additional space for boxes of junk to be stored. Next came all the partially used paint cans and other noxious stuff. Next thing I know, the vehicle won’t even fit inside anymore. So, I sort of did a small thing in an effort to take back the garage. I had the Heating, Ventilation and A/C guy come out to install an exhaust fan. The garage just reeked from all the junk. The Heating, Ventilation and A/C tech got the fan installed and the difference it made was immediate. While just a first step, I suppose having that fan put in will motivate myself and others to reuse the garage. Now, I just need to quietly begin chucking a bunch of this useless stuff.



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