Oh yes, there was much merriment and boogie on the job-site. Dave and I had a genuine music exchange program. MC Chris one way and Lettuce the other and much, much more. I now have a better appreciation for the rhythm and poetry even if I am not much better at understanding it. I learned as much about classic rock, which I still find generally distasteful. It may be the most appropriate music to use a nail gun too. Fact. Don’t bother trying to listen to Head and the Heart while building. We did a lot of blues and bluegrass which is more agreeable to me and just about as good to build to, so if you are doing a weekend project and not feeling motivated try another station.
Oh the things you can do with a bucket truck. You could pick cherries or spy on your neighbors within inches from the window (creepy) or install power to the powerless in our society. A sincere ‘thanks’ to all the guys working for the village. They are really quite timely and capable characteristics which are not as common as they should be these days.
I had some help setting up the kitchen because I was at the Passive House conference. I came back to it being almost done. The counters sure are cool!
LOOK MOM! I’m on TV…the news! And, not because I was throwing pinecones at pedestrians while in a tree, ranting and naked. (for the record that never happened)
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1. I didn’t design the little green house they said I did.
2. Dave helped me because I designed it; I helped Dave because he was lead carpenter.
3. I think she says we are a Texas company which is nonsensical.
It’s nice to be recognized. I really like what Ellen says about extra things not bringing us joy(or not what we expect them to).