Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Conked in the head



Good morning everyone!
Cool here this morning but it is a bright and sunny day.
This rabbit visited our feeders last night after supper. I could not resist taking a picture of him(her?).
Another busy night last night. Chuck finished some drywalling in the kitchen. We also had purchased a futon for a family room we are setting up in the basement. It arrived yesterday so Chuck and I attempted to put it together. As Chuck was taking apart the two rails that support the futon one slipped out of his hands and konked me in the head. I saw stars for a moment but no lasting damage. I laughed because it sounded just like a cartoon noise when someone gets hit in the head.
We have installed a number of the old kitchen cabinets in the garage for storage. Chuck put our old pantry cupboard against one wall for all our garden implements. He also put up a shelf for my bird food.So happy to have a handy hubby. Anyone else doing any renovations?. Have a great day.
Bird

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for visiting.
    Yes, it is so very nice having a handy man around! Saves LOTS of money. I've learned a lot too being the 'helper.'
    We've done plenty of renovations in our time!! : )

    Cute picture of the rabbit.

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    1. I enjoy being a helper. You do learn a lot!

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  2. Oh, and sorry you got hit in the head but glad you are okay.

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  3. no renovations here, but we do have to finish the basement at some point.....well before September 2016!! I am like you married to a very handy husband, we are lucky.

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    1. I believe your husband is an electrician too. That saved us alot of money over the years!

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  4. That rabbit is big! You have a lot of great visitors around your home. And trust me, you are so, so lucky to have someone handy in your life, luckier than you probably realize! :-)

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  5. We have alot of non human visitors(my favourite kind!) in our backyard. I am blessed to have a handy husband. I always think he can do or fix anything. One day he said to me "I am not McGyver!" so of course I call him McGyver now.

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