yesterday morning we woke up to bright sunshine and sixty degree weather, gorgeous. went for a walk around the lake, felt the sun on our faces, looked at buds on the trees, perfect start to the day. this morning we woke up to 4 inches of snow on the ground (and still falling). whaaat? the snow had just melted. yesterday we talked about how it had finally gotten just-hot-enough that the 30 inches we had lingering had disappeared and now we’re all covered in white again. oh, and before it snowed, last night the wind was so strong i thought the house was going to blow away like in the wizard of oz. stuff was flying (literally) down the street, and with it we’re sure stuff from our yard because hello.. it’s “stuff” central all around our house. it was so loud for so long we expected the roof to fly off at any given moment. (we turned the tv up louder and acted like nothing was out of the norm at all.. it sortof worked)
and diy? well, it’s a little like karate kid painting the fence around here, not much to see, all repetitive. he’s putting on mud, sanding off mud, putting on mud, sanding off mud (wax on, wax off) and there just isn’t much to show you at the end of the day (or three in this case). the master bathroom needed lots of mudding and sanding and he’s ensconced behind a curtain (no doors yet) doing just that. even when it’s finished all we will have to show is a white wall, that in photos will look no different (probably) than the walls you’ve already seen. but we’ll show you anyway. mudding, sanding, snow shoveling. that’s it for now.