Hubby & I have finally joined the Dark Side and gotten a King sized bed. We and the cats absolutely love it!
In 2015 I completely overhauled the front hall. I tiled the floor, painted the walls, and installed a screen in the window. One thing I’ve been meaning to do since then is install a usable windowsill.
I cannot believe that after 14 months I am finally DONE!!! I am floored. This is definitively the largest and most complex painting I’ve ever done. It’s the first time I’ve painted on large canvas. My typical medium is small square wooden blocks. It was a learning curve, for sure!
My last update was in AUGUST – OMG. I have been working on the chameleon here and there since then, so this post gives you an update on my progress.
My car is 10 years old – it’s a 2008 Honda Civic Coupe which I bought new [my first and only new car]. For the past year I’ve been noticing weird, ugly, white spots appearing on the roof. Last week I googled what the spots could be and learned they’re caused by sun damage.
I thought I was done with this project, but after living with the girl cave AC cabinet for the past few months I decided I didn’t like the blue I’d used to spray paint the laser-cut wooden door panels.
In late April we adopted 2 baby boy rats. We named them Winston and Killy [short for Kīlauea].
Not REAL grass, but it looks real *nods*. And it’s very soft on the feet. I love it much better than the ugly gravel! I found it on Amazon. It comes in tons of sizes but I decided to buy 2 of the 31/3 x 5″ pieces for $42 each. I LOVE IT!!!
About a year ago I spent a few weeks patching the back wall of our basement cage with Drylok hydraulic cement and painting on 2 coats of Drylok masonry waterproofer. It held up really well until this past March when we had two back to back major floods, once which left our basement under 4″ of water.
About 4 years ago I washed the green algae and moss off our plastic [came with the house] yard fence. The fence gives privacy to both back yards belonging to our condo building. It’s taken about 4 years for it to get gross again. I only cleaned our part… sorry Kathy! It took 2 hours of constant scrubbing with a sponge dipped in white vinegar and hot water, followed by hosing off each section as I went. It was exhausting, but it HAD to be done