|At the Parkersburg booth|
We also got a new roof on the house, which we hired a contractor to do. Sometimes we have to admit that we can't do it all. We still have a lot of cleanup to do from that. Our house has no attic, so when the old shingles, roofing felt and bad sheathing were removed in the bad places dirt and grit fell right down into the house. Yuck. I suppose most people don't notice that because the dirt falls into their attic and they probably never have to clean it up. Here, it's on tops of dressers, cabinets, shelves, you name it. So today we're cleaning up that mess, while still being thankful that the job got done before this morning's showers. Those men worked hard all day yesterday to get finished; I would recommend that company to anyone.
There is such satisfaction in taking something from marginally useful to sturdy and attractive.
Here's a look at two of the booths we worked on this week. First pics are from the new booth in Parkersburg:
Today is Sunday, a day of rest; that is just what I plan to do. I hope you do the same.
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