It’s pretty rare to see tan lines on me, especially ones as noticeable as right now.
I really, don’t like to be hot, so I usually hide in the shade not bask in the sun.
If you’ve noticed I haven’t posted lately it’s because for weeks now I’ve been spending hours and hours a day getting nicks, cuts, and slivers while working on my tan lines.
The feel good part is we finally got a big, to-do, checked off our list.
We removed the vertical deck boards from our under stair storage area and from around our back deck.
I actually like putting up vinyl siding, and I’ve worked with it a lot. Mister on the other hand doesn’t enjoy it, so this job was mostly mine after he got the frame work all up to parr. An arrangement that worked for both of us.
The areas aren’t very big so why did it take a few weeks to complete?
For days we could only work between severe rain storms. This meant bring the saw and equipment outside, then put it back inside, bring it out…
Then of course the daily severe heat warnings arrived. Which meant lots of water and shade breaks.
There was a ton of corners, angles, and trim work to do. Measure, cut, notch, and repeat over and over. Add my mild OCD, and this part took time.
Then of course regular life like eating, laundry, cutting lawns, cleaning house, etc. still used daylight too. It wasn’t all work every day straight either. There was some day trips for supplies and a few visits with family. We even got the boat cleaned, launched and got a few rides in.
It might have been interesting if I actually kept track of the hours I worked, but than maybe I don’t want to know that I work slower as I age.
I tried to think of a helpful hint or tip to share to make this post more interesting, but I couldn’t come up with anything.
If you don’t follow my facebook page I’ve also brought new life to our old table since my last post. The old oak look is now stained navy.
Do projects seem to take you longer to do than they use to?
Do you like to hang out in the sun or do you search for shade?