I don’t think I want to do this. It’s too much work.
Yes, it is a lot of work.
What if I don’t do it? What if I just let things stay as they are?
You won’t be happy.
But I can live with it.
Sure. You could if you insisted.
I mean, what’s wrong with living with some damage? It’s easy enough to cover it up.
The problem will still be there.
But if I can’t see it, I can easily ignore it and get on with my life. I don’t have to spend a great amount of time and effort on fixing what I don’t see.
What about the damage you do see?
It’s not THAT bad.
OK, so it does look bad. But I can learn to ignore that too. After all, no one expects everything to be perfect.
It’s not about perfection. Restoring what’s been damaged makes your life so much nicer and more comfortable. And getting to the root of the damage prevents further damage from occurring.
But there’s so much stuff that has to be moved.
Yes, there is a lot of stuff that has to be removed.
And it’s soooo much work! And inconvenient and uncomfortable.
Yes, it is. But it will be worth it.
I guess you’re right.
I always am.
So, who do I get to do the restoration?
How can you fix all those things?
I have my ways.
Are you miraculously going to fix everything? Even the roof and siding?
Roof and siding?
Yeah, that’s were the most visible damage is.
That’s not the kind of damage I was talking about.
You’re not talking about the damage to the inside of my house?
What kind of damage are you talking about then?
The damage to the inside of your heart.
I don’t think I want to do this. It’s too much work…