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Tag Archives: home improvement
Bored yet? I’m not. We had several days of very mild weather – warm enough even to go out without a jacket! I found one yellow flower struggling through the grass in the backyard, and took the above … Continue reading
Betcha been wondering where I’ve been. What, no one noticed I hadn’t posted anything in the last three weeks? Please say that’s not so! It’s been a wild ride. First, there was the horrendous windstorm – we had gusts to … Continue reading
Originally posted on Chasing Unicorns:
You can do anything with one of these. Most home repair jobs can be handled without hiring professional help. All it requires is a certain attitude. First you have to believe in your ability to…