The window crack we discovered in the fall. I started making phone calls about it, but not finding someone to fix or replace it. And then a busy fall, winter began, and travel and travel, and then… pandemic.Continue reading “Broken things”
My fantastic blessing of a BIL came by of a Friday evening to power wash my place.Continue reading “Power wash”
Flush mounted globe lights are fine enough I suppose, on a low ceiling.
Not so much over a staircase though. Continue reading “Poorly planned”
So, the washer died. Again. Last time my wonderful BIL fixed it for me. His fix was still in place of course, but now something else was wrong. (Sigh) Continue reading “Malfunctions”
After the work week from H-E-double-hockey sticks, I went to bed crazy early and then slept late.
When I dragged myself out of bed, I dressed for my workout, but rather than go straight to that task, I made coffee. I was sipping my first cup when dad called; he had a couple of bags of mulch for me. Continue reading “Can it be nap time?”
There’s a swale in my back yard.
It runs from the neighbors at right, under the deck by the pond, in front of my shed (where I installed a dry well to further help with drainage), to my neighbors at left. Who Continue reading “A river runs through it”
Beyond my fence, is a little strip of land that’s technically public property – there’s a sidewalk and guardrail and whatnot out there.
It’s not mine. Or if it is, being outside the fence, it’s not top of mind. I don’t see it, unless I want to. Continue reading “Tending to the unseen (outside and in)”
Over the fall and winter, the pond gets netted over to keep leaves out of it. As long as I don’t lose power to that outlet (which was a thing this last winter and I can’t wait to be able to have an electrician in to look at it) the waterfall runs around the clock, all year long. Continue reading “Pond maintenance”
OK, enough is ALMOST enough, as it turns out, because I decided to revisit the living area.
Continue reading “Finishing touches?”