Working. Today everything came out of the new Studio Efficiency. Time to lay the carpet and do the wood trim work, base board and door/window trim.
First the window/door trim. I call it installing the 442 casing. That was the description when I was building. You can see it around the window beside my bald head.
Then the carpet, I just sold my Knee kicker on Crags list for $45, never going to need it again. So I stretched the carpet the old fashioned way with nails driven at an angle then bent toward the wall, it works on small areas like this.
This is the betchen (Bedroom/Kitchen). My dad was a firm believer in sweating. He was sure that was washing your body from the inside out!
Last in this room, installing the base board. Fortunately I still had a small nail gun that makes the job MUCH faster and easier.
(She took this picture of me using the window sill to help myself up)
Sherry says no one ever sees me working so she took pictures for this ‘ME’ feature. Notice the outlets are 4 feet high, makes the electrical cords all visible, but makes them easy for old folk to plug and un-plug. When I first started building, we had the outlets down at the base board, and they climbed to about 16”, over the years.
Tomorrow Sherry will paint the bathroom, I will reinstall Shelves. Hang the cheap accordion door at the closet and possibly pick up a kitchen cabinet.
I am still trying to catch up on blogs, but the system is STILL AS SLOW AS ‘CREAM RISING ON BUTTERMILK’, as my mama would say.
Thanks for the visit.
Life gets better, the older you get (doesn’t it?)
And MEL, She loves to pamper me!
I believe this was the last Nash, After this they became known as Rambler, and down sized.