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  1. What are you up to today? This week?

    I’m exhausted! I know this sounds silly but I always mop bare concrete floors before a new floor is installed. Lugging buckets of clean water and dumping dirty buckets of gritty concrete water has wrecked my back for the rest of the day. Unfortunately, I don’t have any hot water to take a nice hot bath in. Plus the tub currently holds the bath sink and toilet and the shower is holding TV sets and assorted other stuff. Fifty boxes of new flooring is being delivered in the morning and the bath tile guys are showing up in the PM. Progressing along right on schedule. Knock wood. I’ve got my air mattress, sleeping bag and have reconnected one of the TV’s. Nite nite.
  2. Kilauea Eruption 2018

    Not liking the new view. It’s lost the headon perspective it had before. But as holly mentioned earlier, the lava was jumping the berm a bit so it maybe a safer vantage point. The camera appears to be  a bit closer now too which I think takes away from the perception of the fountain’s actual height.
  3. Room boxes that slip into a dollhouse?

    I know a woman who does 1/4 scale this way. She decorates the room in a small box which is open at the top and side for easy access then slides it into the house.
  4. What are you up to today? This week?

    Here is the backstory behind the volcano camera. It’s one mile from the fissure.
  5. What are you up to today? This week?

    I was watching the news segment while the reporter was standing at the location of the camera  and the camera is actually pretty far away (at least a few miles) so it is difficult to judge how far the tree is.
  6. What are you up to today? This week?

    I’m so glad you guys are enjoying this as much as I am. 
  7. What are you up to today? This week?

    I remember last September when you took so much interest in our Hurricane Irma. I enjoyed our conversations about it. 
  8. What are you up to today? This week?

    Wait til you see it at night. I started watching at dust this morning. Hundreds of birds chirping as if nothing was going on. Hear the rooster, yet? I get all excited when it sounds like roaring thunder or a jet engine and the lava jumps even higher. This morning the camera was shaking as if there was a tremor. I think the camera is in someone’s house cause I heard a tv on this morning. 
  9. What are you up to today? This week?

    I’ve been mesmerized by this close up live coverage of a fissure from the Kilauea volcano. The sounds are amazing too.
  10. What are you up to today? This week?

    Or an R Pod. I love these little guys:
  11. What are you up to today? This week?

    @Thimble Hall, I’ll be thinking about you tomorrow.❤️
  12. What are you up to today? This week?

    Haha, no it has not. I had to go to his office 28 times this past year. Pre op, op, stitch removal, one month check up times 7 surgeries.      Plus Boca isn’t that convenient to Parkland/Coral Springs since we are out west. 
  13. Fairfield wiring

    I really learned a lot from this video. She placed the tape toward the front instead of along the walls:
  14. What are you up to today? This week?

    Obviously, I was only kidding about coming to Boca. I’m sure their are plenty of fabulous surgeons in Pensicola.  I suspect Medicare will cover a graft based on the number of people in my doctor’s waiting room, at least 75% were seniors. I was amazed at how many men get skin cancer on their heads. 
  15. What are you up to today? This week?

    While waiting for my cell phone glass to be repaired, I walked into a used furniture store. I saw the most beautiful bed to recreate in miniature. It was a French Provencial design made by Henredon. The cherry wood had been completely painted in white which made it very feminine. It was gorgeous. I found one on the web. Look at the third photo in the attached link and see the detail of the brackets: