Spent most of the morning ripping out drywall from the bathroom we’re remodeling. Think the best advice really is to just rip it all out and replace. Trying to patch drywall usually just ends up in misery and wavey walls.
Of course for people like me, who aren’t good with drywall…that’s just not a good time. But sometimes you have to just suck it up and do it right the first time.
Yesterday was the Holiday Meal kickoff at the Food Bank we volunteer at. I can’t explain how much my back hurts today, it’s a really huge project, and it’s all non stop running and working the whole time. Pretty much each of the 6 groups got about 20 pallets done (45 boxes each). I heard that counts at the end of the day were around 4500 for every group. That’s 4500 thanksgiving meals in just 3 hours….gravy, potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sause, peas, corn…even coffee. Pretty impressive if you ask me. Certainly one of the harder projects to supervise, but the results are so tangible, it’s probably one of our favorites.
Except for running over my toe with a pallet jack….thank god it was a hand jack. I’ve been meaning to buy a pair of steel toed shoes for a while…
- since I can’t see to catch a break, at least i can catch me a shit.
- Do you need help little man? Video of a scare tactics with a midget dressed like a giant mutant rat creature scaring some poor guy.
- Ah, the stupid things we do to impress women. Thankfully I don’t have any leather pants in my closet.
- Poor little kitty was sealed into a new houses wall during construction. he’s ok though, but man…3 weeks with no food/water….