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January 12, 2012

Welding helmet

Posted by Malou at 1/12/2012 10:03:00 AM 0 comments
Keeping the maintenance up on a home sometimes can keep you pretty busy. Good thing my husband is pretty handy at that. He has replaced all of our windows and the front door and also built a second storey deck up the back of our house. It seems like one or two times a year we need something welded and he is always taking it some place else and its been very expensive.  Last month he went out and bought a small MIG welder to fix the rails on the back deck that had become loose.  He also bought a high quality welding helmet. The one that came with the MIG welder was so cheap it fell apart on the first day.

Painting done quickly

Posted by Malou at 1/12/2012 09:45:00 AM 0 comments
I decided to change  the color of our master bedroom the other day. Its not so much doing the painting it's moving things out of the room that takes longer than painting. Being I wanted to get the whole thing done in one day I asked my friend from across the street for a little help. My husband left for work and before he was home we had completely moved everything painted the room and put everything back. It was to his real amazement as he walked into the room and saw the new color. He said he liked it. I hope he really does.

Steel buildings

Posted by Malou at 1/12/2012 09:19:00 AM 0 comments
Too many big boy toys and not enough room to store them. The backyard was getting out of control. We just didn't have enough room in our shed to store everything that we've collected over the years. Between the snowmobile and two four wheelers along with all the kids toys that you put up for winter the shed was overwhelmed. So we started looking for prices on steel buildings. We found the ideal size for us within a few minutes online. And being we're having a mild weather in Central New York we expect to have it up in the next couple of weeks.

Dead battery

Posted by Malou at 1/12/2012 09:14:00 AM 0 comments
It doesn't happen very often  I was kind of embarrassed but at least I was prepared. I had left my headlights on at work and by the time I noticed them  they were really dim and it was six hours later. I shut the headlights off but there wasn't enough power to start  my car. I called my husband and he reminded me that in the trunk was a booster power pack for just such an occasion. So I opened the hood followed the instructions and the car started right up. My co-worker guys were asking me if I needed help and I just looked and smiled and said no. I have it under control. Thank you.

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