…on everything. I’m getting so close to finishing the house that I’ve been feverishly dedicating spans of days (usually based on the usually incorrect weather forecast) to either working on the house, working on ‘work’, or working on all the other crappy things everyone has to do to maintain a normal(?) life. Ugh. Posting on the blog has taken a back seat to the need to collapse on the couch in anticipation of inexplicably waking at 6:30 or 7 a.m. (I hate 7 a.m.) But here are a few updates, starting from the turn of the year (holy crap! It’s been that long?). More are on the way.
Work’s been doggin’ me and doggin’ me, but at least I get to play a little. I spent some time on the beach while I was in Bay City for a week, and this might be the only picture I took from any of the MSU football season (I had a crappy loaner phone while I was waiting for my new iPhone). It was the last home game of the year and the weather was crappy, so it was a boy’s day/night out. We drank a few at HopCat before heading to the 45-3 blowout of Rutgers
…and drumming my fingers (WTF? People put it on YouTube? When I do it, people (understandably) tell me to knock it off!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcHZz5XGE4I) waiting for my steel roof to come. Menard’s literature says it takes about a week to get yer roof, so I didn’t rush. But when I ordered mine, they told me it would take three weeks! [Heavy sigh]
So I reconstructed my crummy trim job on the port side and installed my water fill and outdoor shower. I’m waiting on the water heater as well….
Seems the Wayland Fire Department is ahead of the curve. I happened to be driving by and caught it out of the corner of my eye.
I actually do have some progress to report, but I can’t pull it together right now. Just deal with this…
…have it kinda made in the shade.
In 2012, Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz quit their jobs and set off to build a glass cabin in the mountains of West Virginia.