and you can really see their impact! They’ve scraped, and painted and shoveled and swept—and the place is showing the result of their efforts. We now have doors on, and we expect by Friday, when they leave, that we’ll have our temporary windows in place. We may even have one room painted. All the door and window frames have a coat of primer on them, and it changes the appearance of the house quite dramatically. There’s still too much clutter for visitors yet, but we’re not far from that point.
scraping the ceiling in the livingroom
I probably should not call them “kids,” but anyone 50 years younger than me is definitely a kid. Maybe even 30 years younger.
Zack measured the beam for the lintel very carefully
We are delighted, too, that chaperones Brett and Mike accompanied them—they are so much more than chaperones, as both are accomplished at hanging doors and building staircase railings. They know their Revolutionary War history, too.
an impromptu concert during the lunch break
Ed is a regular, of course, but we hope Terry will be back often. It was a delightful concert!