I'm with Shell, I admire you. You do fill your life, and have mountains you deal with and overcome. A blind husband to help though life (did he enjoy the trip?), a back problem which makes any endeavor hard and some downright impossible, an adventurous spirit that seems to want to cram experiences into every minute and ... , well you get the idea.
With doing all that you have a constant mental list of what you perceive as 'shortcomings' . Tell me do you apply the same unforgiving standards to everyone else?
I think if my partner accomplished as much as you and I started criticizing, saying the same things to her as you think about yourself then I would be out on my ear:)
With your oven, is it an all-or-nothing situation? Putting it somewhere then fixing it, or can you get a quote on the fix and go ahead anyway if not too much? At least you would have an oven that way and maybe feel less pressure to fix where you want it in a hurry.
I know what you mean about the danger of exercises and have pushed too hard sometimes and had problems, so I get frightened and often probably don't do as much as I might.
Do you have a recliner to sit in? I've an old one, many times repaired, that just suits, I'm lucky. Tried to replace it with a new one, that did not work, wife and cat have it now:)
I'm glad you are home safe, even if sore.