Listen to your head

A day spent at a tool show. Now, I know that doesn’t sound interesting, and 10 years ago I would have agreed, but in my new guise as “master Craftsman” (not) I find tools interesting. Sad but true. Anyway, the lovely man gave me the whatfor and whyfor about a bandsaw I fancied. (Upright, statuesque,alluringly sleek, legs worth stroking.) And £500 lighter in wallet said bandsaw is to be delivered and I shall be happy.  Potentially more scary was the fact that the oil light on my car kept coming on and going off again. I was convinced it was an intermittent display fault (another intermittent warning light also leading me to this conclusion). But when other road users started flashing me I thought I’d better check. Sure enough – no oil in engine. Hell’s Bells. Better get the brakes checked too then.

Have you ever stood under a hot refreshing shower and put your fingers in your ears and listened to the thrummm inside your head ? This has been part of my “try something new as often as possible” mantra. This particular suggestion is free.

Pip pip

One thought on “Listen to your head

  1. Tools are brilliant! My dad is/was a carpenter… I suppose just because he doesn’t do much of that stuff anymore doesn’t mean he still isn’t one… I have some of his old tools *grin* I shall try out the sound my head hears in the shower when it’s fixed.. currently, to have a shower that doesn’t freeze you you have to run the tap in the sink… *sigh*

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