Its been an interesting few weeks, is all I can say. One minute, I am minding my own blogging business, next thing you know, people want to interview me about my experiences as a DIYer and a Single Person. I always knew my life was kinda interesting Read the rest of this entry
As spring was winding up and summer looming, I took an unintended break from blogging to finish up the many projects I tend to juggle. Plus, I broke my expensive camera moving that Wall Herb Garden off the work bench ….. ugh! (The garden still looks fabulous, by the way)
I have a tendency to walk away from projects Read the rest of this entry
In celebration of Earth Day, April 22, I put together an Herb Garden for my little backyard space in the hopes of using fresh, organic herbs for my cooking (or just rub their little leaves so it will release their lovely fragrance). Very Earth friendly. Very Simple to make. Read the rest of this entry
I am back to share with you the ongoing front hallway makeover. To this point, I have shared with you the new paint color here, the new lighting here, and the removal of the tile here. The next step is starting the flooring installation that will eventually spread through the family room, bedroom and the bedroom hall. Read the rest of this entry
A few months ago I posted about my washer issue here and used RepairClinic.com to diagnose the problem and then ordered a new lid switch. All I had to do was provide my model number and chose from of a list of issues and viola!, I had a part on the way. (The advantage of RepairClinic.com is that you can return the part for a full refund if it turn out that it’s not what’s broken) Read the rest of this entry
The front hall makeover continues with what turned out to be my most naive expectation and subsequently, my most challenging of DIY endeavors (to date).
I wanted wood flooring.
Just taking a few days off from blogging, working and DIY-ing to enjoy a few days just living. Spring is teasing us Texans with some delightfully warm days and then a sudden cold and windy day. Such are the Ides of March. Read the rest of this entry