Category Archives: Home Rehabbing

Life as a gypsy – why we moved every five years

Sweat Equity. That is what it is all about. I came from a solid blue-collar background and MK’s dad was a teacher. What that all means is that we had to build our housing and dynasty ‘brick by brick’ and … Continue reading

Posted in Home Rehabbing, Homes, Life in general, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment

A dusting…

They promised snow, we got snow, lol. Actually, the amount is negligible, but it is snow, just a dusting. They didn’t promise a blizzard so the meteorologists were right. Despite my thoughts that my ‘abodal,’ if I can coin that … Continue reading

Posted in Children, Home Rehabbing, Life in general, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment

Ice!

The promised snow was not delivered and there is a light coating of ice on the land. The car has it as well. Last night’s view of the meteorological event showed snow along with this ice in the southern suburbs … Continue reading

Posted in Home Rehabbing, Life in general, Thoughts and philosophy, Wall painting | Leave a comment

The Cold Snap

Apparently we are in a period of cold, the severe temperatures have lasted for days, and it looks like we are tying with a previous record. Funny how we have the cold and yet it is almost mid-January and we … Continue reading

Posted in Home Rehabbing, Life in general, Thoughts and philosophy, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Minus Seven

We had a lovely New Year’s Eve. I kind of got into a time pinch as I decided to touch up and repaint the woodwork surrounding the closet doors. It didn’t take long, but pushed longer into the amount of … Continue reading

Posted in Home Rehabbing, Life in general, Meteorology, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment