Kind of slow day at work. Started out working on electric fence boxes, then had to deliver a small load of just over 6,000 pounds of fertilizer over 40 miles. Was to an Amish family, 2 brothers, each with a small steel wheeled wagon. I helped them pull the wagons out, then push them back in under roof. There was a little Amish girl, about 3 years old who watched everything with a serious look on her face the whole time. Then as I backed out she was going into the house, so I waved and smiled at her. She lit up like Christmas and waved back. That made my day the way she smiled.
Got back & went to work on the fence boxes. Got 11 of them total today back to working. I have a good 10 more to do tomorrow. It has rained so much we won't be spraying or spreading for a week or more of sunny days. Pouring outside now. At least they still have me working tomorrow. 4 guys stayed home today due to nothing they can do. Glad I can fix things or I'd be staying at home tomorrow.
Next Wednesday I have an appointment with my neurosurgeon's office to see about my increasing finger numbness. They said I'd surely be getting another MRI to be sure things aren't in a bad way.
This Tuesday the insurance adjuster comes out to inspect the storm damage. If I have to, I'll do the house repairs myself, but if insurance covers enough, I'll hire it done.