Friday, May 25, 2012

Plaster Repair and Shed Construction

Today was huge.

I am desperate to cross things off the list, and remove a few of our regular headaches. Headaches that come from things like cheap towel rods that fall apart. Solution: glue the screw into position.

John came back for day two of plaster repair. He has just a few loose ends to tie up on Monday, but is almost there. So close! Hopefully I'll pick up a few quarts of paint in the right colors over the weekend and we can keep moving forward!

While John dug into his work with the plaster repair, our awesome neighbor helped up go to work building a shed.

If you have been keeping up with the blog (not that it's hard to keep up with the break-neck-pace we've been working with...) you might remember when David pitched in a year ago: thanks David!!

Anyway. I think the shed will be huge, though it's only 4x'8'', and roughly 8' high in the front (6'6" high in the rear). With no framing experience between us, we were in desperate need of guidance.

I also took the time to figure out how to take better pictures of the sky.

Tomorrow, we have to add a few pieces of baseboard, and a few pieces of quarter round, then the office (or is it a spare room?) and the bathroom are ready for paint. So. Close.

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