My New Best-est Friend
If I were a cash register I’d be going, “Cha-ching! Cha-ching!” right now.
(Nope, didn’t win the lottery…again!)
But I did get…count ’em with me…one, two, three, four, five things off my Front Porch To Do List done today.
And I still had time for a lengthy dip at the pool with Lulu.
Go me-ah…go me-ah…go me-ah.
Pardon the excessively giddy giddiness.
I’m just so gosh dern happy right now.
And…as if five things off my list isn’t enough to make me happy dance in a way that has people worrying I’m gonna swallow my tongue……I have a new best-est friend…
And if you think having a power tool as my new best friend makes me weird…let me just say…it’s not the tool that does that.
It’s the DNA.
I’ve been wanting a random orbital sander since the day I crawled out of my crib but for some strange reason I just never scratched that itch.
I think I was a little afraid.
I mean, these babies aren’t terribly expensive, but they’re not free either.
And I wasn’t sure what the experience would be like. A session with my little mouse sander leaves my entire upper body numb and tingly for days. And The Hubster’s belt sander? If it were any more aggressive they’d saddle it and ride it at the rodeo.
But this baby…even a five year old can use it…
…while wearing a dress and heels.
I’m not going to spend an entire post waxing poetic about just how much I heart this variable speed random orbital sander that I picked up for less than seventy bucks. I’m not write a sonnet about how I ordered it online and picked it up at the store twenty minutes later. I’m not gonna brag about how Ebates is gonna give me 5% of my purchase price back in August…just in time for a final summer fling with the family.
I am gonna tell ya’ how it’s transformed me from a woman who’d rather rip out her molars with rusty pliers than sand anything into a woman who can power through this ugly wood filler job…
…in under three minutes.
And those decking boards? Smoother than the butt cheeks of the baby who helped sand them.
Yeah. My new best-est friend.
Welcome to the family.