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Over the weekend, I replaced the lights in my kitchen’s vaulted ceiling, which brought back a memory of the first time or two that I place these lights.  My ladder that I owned when we moved in had been adequate for previous homes, but was just barely tall enough for me to reach the highest bulbs – if I stepped where it says “NOT A STEP”.  I convinced myself that, as long as I could hold onto a cabinet top, I should be fine.  Later, I forced myself to buy a tall ladder after I was prescribed a medication that listed dizziness among the side effects.  Even though I never fell, I wish now I’d bought the right ladder the first time.  But as I’ve said before, it’s never too late to change and do what it takes to …

Be Safe!

Keith Steele