This one is scary Cherie. But knowing what you've been through with the new addition, completely understandable!
I laughed out loud when this first loaded, Cherie. My grandfather used to say that as long as you retained the ability to laugh, you retained the ability to truly live. Wise man, he was.I'm so glad that WW pointed me in your direction. My entry is up here, and I hope you have a moment to drop by and say hi:http://tinyurl.com/5c98qkLooking forward to reading more of your work.All the best,Carmi
We KNOW the feeling!!I can't wait to see pictures of the finished product! Not half as anxious as you are to sit and enjoy the fruits of your labors.
Great photo! And I'm sure there were no nails in that nail gun.:-)
So glad you're close to finished. Won't that be a day to celebrate (and maybe shoot confetti)?
Sandy: I probably should have put a disclaimer, something like "Kids, don't try this at home!" Or,"No photographers were hurt in the taking of this picture." I cracked up when Caroline showed me this photo she took of Joe. Pretty fun stuff!Carmi: I'll be right over! Sounds like your grandpa was a right smart man!Tshs: I knew you'd understand! And I'll bet you guys know how to use nail guns, too.Patti: Er, uh, um, yeah, no, no nails in the nail gun. (If you'll look closely you can see that Joe's trigger finger is safely extended along and not on the trigger. He's a pro, as you know.Deanna; Yep. So close and yet so far.....confetti, sure, why not!
hee hee, this picture just cheered me up from a blah blah day!:-)
Oh YAY, Sherrie! To give you cheer on a blah blah day - my mission here is complete.:D
I've used a nail gun before, but we've never had a big enough project to warrant the expense. We hang sheetrock with our drill-drivers. Everything else we just use our old-fashioned hammers.
An 'old-fashioned hammer' is a thing of beauty! :)
He's a funny funny boy, that Joe.
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