I like looking at fog. At first, everything is a big blur, then the scene slowly starts taking shape.
Adam took the last week off work to get some things done in the studio. The poor guy spent days cutting up nasty insulation. Fiberglass is so itchy and gross...it gets everywhere, no matter how careful you are. He had to cut all those strips by hand using a machete. People usually use box cutters, but this stuff is super thick, so he found that a sharp machete made it go quicker.
See the beams? In this room, I stained all of them by hand with a mix of stains to give them a distressed, Mexican-type of look. We've started hanging drywall, and I am smushing joint compound into all the screw holes and seams. It's tedious, but I'm glad we're making progress.
I'm so happy Violet likes books. If she hadn't been a reader, I'd have chewed my nails for years. I can't wait until we can start on chapter books. I want to put together a Mother Daughter Book Club. I think it would be fun to choose a different book every month, then take turns hosting. We could do appropriate activities to go along with the books. A croquet game for Alice in Wonderland, Halloween costume party for Harry Potter, etc.