Going from one baby to the next?Yeah! The baby's room is done. I can get back to working on my car.
Er, what's a moggy?Hey nice moggy.
You are assuming cats are logical. One of my wife's cats was sitting in the gutter on my garage. I went to ask her what she was doing (the cat, not my wife) and the cat jumped out of the gutter to the ground, about 6 feet and ran off like I was trying to kill her.A question for the cat:
Since you know that jumping on the cupboard will get you sprayed with water - as evidenced by wincing whenever you see the water bottle, or trying to attack it first - why do you keep trying to jump on the cupboard?
Unrelated question to CraigB: What year was your house built? Those moldings look a lot like mine.
Thanks and congratulations on the weight loss, 20 lbs is quite a bit.Going from one baby to the next?
Lovely room, looks great for your kid, wish you the best.
I just weighed myself and realized that since I came back from Berkeley, I've lost 20 lbs. Yeyuh. Another 10-20 lbs to go!
It's a shame that style isn't being used anymore, it's way better, and I would be able to get new molding instead of stripping all the stuff upstairs, which the previous owners painted a variety of terrible colors, including the exact color of poo (in the bathroom, of course. Where else would I see poo and my walls and say "something's too similar here"?).The house was built in 1925. I believe it's southern yellow pine. The story the neighbors tell me is the family that built the house actually went to a wooded area near a river that's 6 miles away and hand picked all the trees the house with built with. This is the first room I have redone, eight more to go.