Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Pocket Pool



Handyman

Laundry is one of my favorite chores. It's much like vacuuming. I get almost an immediate result.

And yes, before my father come to live with me I would usually do it in the nude.



So when I had a washer full of a completed load a few days ago and my dryer would not turn I was just slightly pissed. Don't you hate getting held up in the middle of something? But it didn't take but a couple of inquiries on the www and I felt I could fix the problem myself.





Washers and dryers are so easy to take apart. Just a couple of screws hold their outer casings together. It's a wonder they make it from the factory to the place of use in one piece. I didn't find a terrible amount of lint below the drum but found over $3 bucks of change. How it gets out beyond the drum seal I have no idea.







At any rate, after buying a drum belt for $18 the only difficult aspect of the job was getting on the floor and wrapping the belt around the pulley under the drum. Thankfully, problem solved for now at least. I know a new washer and dryer are in my near future but I want it to be on my own terms please.









Late Bloomer

I'm like an old woman:when the weatherman predicts a frost and my roses are blooming in abundance for the first time since early spring, I've got to pick me some.

The Missing Link



Hairy





















Room Envy



Oh Yeah Baby!



Ta Da!



Nice



Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Model Behavior



Chair:Before & After







Paul & Andrew



























































I haven't seen the Falcon Studios video but they look a bit too much alike for my taste.













Almost Perfect

What the hell is it with the under counter curtain like that of a 1920's farmhouse? Otherwise, I love the sterile look of white on white.

Into The Woods



Thumb Sucker