- Nov 29, 2010
when I get home I will need to bleach my well... but I have never heard of the mineral clense. I have a thousand feet of well pipeline from the well to the house. Water smells like sulpher.... but I bet the vinegar does the same job... How much do you use?Geez-o-pete it's been a while since I've "written" anything in this realm of 'writting' of stuff.
My brain is very detailed, the story ideas I have started have mostly evolved from a dream or daydream.
I have a few stories written on notepads in ink -errors and all....
I wished I'd found out what having an editor will cost these days..... Sadly those notepads are missing. I have several ideas stored in my online brain portals. Live journal & dead journal mainly with a few ideas written in the original 'notepad' inside Yahoo email inbox. Some of these ideas have origins in the mid 90's. A few of the fleshed out novel ideas were written while I was an OTR driver trainer in 2004-2006.
Been dealing with the VA the last 18 odd months. Took me 6 months to build the Coop-maj-hall (thread started elsewhere properly; post mortem)
This weekend I got to have fun with natural chemistry. A vinegar cleanse for our well pump assembly. 48hrs +/- to disolve the silica sand & mineral build up. Being a gearheaded g33k makes this procedure kinda fun.
Resisting the urge to follow Alice down that rabbit hole.....
my well is 450 feet deep. and I have a booster pump that uses an air bladder to push it up hill about 20-30 feet over those thousand feet.
I am in a dry spell right now but the muse is peeking.... Some of the best writing I have done is rewrite from memory. I do it on paper and when the note book is full I transcribe it onto word. It keeps me honest. I write in pen and do little more than cross out when i need to make a change.