Mid week, I patched the slightly-larger-than-the-switchplate-wil
Now I just need Bob to get all the tools off of my (empty) fabric shelves. Once that's happened, we'll adjust the floor covering while we can, I'll move the shelves back into place, shim them up to level (while they're empty,) and start loading the fabric back in. Once that's done, I can actually add the fixtures to the system because I'll be able to see where I want them - right now the room is so discombobulated that it's hard to tell.
I am VERY excited
In completely unrelated news, Bob sprayed the moss in the back yard this morning. It'll get a dose of weed and feed, because the weeds have gotten past the point where I say "eh - they're green. Then I'll rake out the moss, and we'll throw down some more seed. We're getting there.
I'm also 95% sure that we're going to be cutting down the ornamental crab apple tree in the back yard. It took a lot of damage in the storm, and I've been taking a long hard look at it. Yeah, it's pretty for about a week in the spring, assuming that we don't get a late frost like we did this year. But then it just looks moth-eaten the rest of the year - literally. I can't figure out what's eating it, but it barely has any leaves on it by August, and I don't want to walk under because I don't like the itty-bitty caterpillars dropping in my hair. Yech. We have so very little lawn, and taking out that tree would give you someplace to stand in back where you didn't feel like the vegetation is reaching out to grab you. I'm waiting for a bright sunny day when I'm home all day - I want to see if there's shade that we'll lose that I would regret. I doubt it. Every time I envision the back yard without that tree, I smile. That's telling right there.
I'm a fan of trees, but there needs to be some room for ME also.