at work today, I helped a colleague lead a top-building workshop. Kids got paper plates of various sizes, pencils and binder clips. Most kids were pretty successful, but this one boy was a top-building genius.
the handful of things that still need to be done are relatively simple things that the pros can do quickly. but they still make a big difference! the pantry has a door now!
so there was a pirate in a very small ship in the channel today. as happens.
I love that there’s this big hole for the door and framing for the stoop and all this yellow tape….and they’ve still put the welcome mat at where the bottom of the stairs will be (more or less).
I really like the sort of industrial look of the pendant lights in the new kitchen.
the kitchen is 95% finished. except for this one corner, where a lonely bare lightbulb hangs, awaiting the fixture that will give it purpose.
ladies and gentlemen, I bring you….Oblivious Man. when searching for an Oblivious Man in its natural state, one should look in front of buffet tables, at the top or bottom of a staircase or in front of a door, as in this case.
sometimes even I am amused at the assortment of items that collects on my work table over the course of a day