Oliver’s Nest is this close to having a complete “roof” on it, well, not The Roof, just enough of one to allow easy tarping for any bad weather. Except for needing a 2×3 for the angled portion in the cabover section, which I need in order to pre-prepare for the second planned skylight. I could scrounge up enough change to purchase one, but I’m thinking that maybe I should put on another layer of paint, instead. Also, I need a few more bits and pieces of lumber and plywood, so I feel I should save the gas money for buying it all at once.
I don’t really like to paint. It’s messy and time-consuming. So being “forced” to do it is maybe a good thing? Plus, I can use up a 5 gallon lot of green paint for the under layers, using the gray as the final layer/s (I do NOT want a green house on a red truck. I am not sorry). I finally compiled all the painting supplies around this place and I have a ton of it. Here’s the chance to put it to use! I hate wasting things, and it’s here…even if I don’t particularly enjoy using it. There are a lot of rollers, which should make this go faster than the brush I was using before. I hope. 😉
The kitchen and family rooms are nearly empty. I ran into a nice group of girls a few days ago who need stuff for their new home. They happily took piles and piles of things, including nearly all of the Christmas stuff (there was so very much), pet supplies (mostly my mother’s), heaps of kitchen gadgets and dishware, lots picture frames, a bunch of vases, and a wing back chair. Starting to get a picture of what I was dealing with yet? It’s starting to feel spacious and … peaceful here. I admit that some of the stuff that they took
was mine, and what a relief to have it be gone! I’m getting close to figuring out what I have room for in O.N. and getting it all organized. I think I still have too much set aside, but with all this newly-acquired space to work with, I am now able to have it out and see what I really need. Plus, it’s stuff I really like. 🙂