Being the opportunist that I am, I agreed to sign off on the New Studio Bill if I could attach to it House Amendment #2018, stipulating new kitchen cabinets and countertops. We tiled the backsplashes ourselves and managed to stay married. But we deliberately left one stretch undone, so that I could go to it with my broken china, bottles, and other ephemera that I have dug up in the finest trash heaps the United States has to offer.
I am really happy with the result. (And yes, my favorite woodworker made that counter top).
|The strange object on the left is called a "land line."|
While I was rushing to get this done in time for a Memorial day weekend wedding in our backyard, I asked Himself to focus on one of the outside projects. I love the sound of running water. Could he come up with an idea for a fountain that we could hook into the return valve on the pool?
"How will that fit into the wedding that the millenial bride and groom are imagining? I asked.
"Hmmm. You're right," he said.
But it didn't him long to come up with a solution.