Earlier this year, one particular door became surprisingly hard to open. It went from sticking a bit to feeling as if it were falling off its hinges. Plus it was reasonably heavy — heavier than typical for a door, or no? I'm not sure — so using it was more difficult. And we need to use that door a lot.
Then the owners got it repaired. And what had earlier been an awkward door to open then had been a difficult door to open just...slid...into place, fitting exactly and correctly. Which felt good. And which reminds me:
I sometimes forget that some things, plenty of things, are allowed to be easy. Or at least easier.
* Zillow was a work resource for me for the approximately year and a half I worked at CLEAResult, checking on houses of people who'd applied for Energy Trust of Oregon credit due to making their houses more energy-efficient. In other words, I know how to use Zillow.