After working most of Thursday on painting the window frames, Craig and Mark took their leave. This, did not make Bruce a happy camper upon his return because promises to have his office done were unmet. This kept him working at home on Friday, albeit on his work bench in the garage, but at least he was home to project manage on the sidelines if necessary.
Here's what happened on Friday:
Eventually around 4 in the afternoon the sunroom was ready to re-assemble. The windows are messy outside, but very soon they will be cleaned. Next we'll install the new landscaping under the windows to add a touch of color to all that brown.
For some reason quilting surfaced in my thoughts in the last few weeks. Although it's been years and years since I did any quilting, I always enjoyed the process. Remember that trip to Hobby lobby last week? Well, while there I decided to buy some fabrics and attempt to make a quilt after seeing this: http://aquiltisnice.blogspot.com/search/label/tutorial. Finding all my quilting supplies under our bed, I dusted off (no pun intended) my skills. Although I pieced it all with my sewing machine, I did the actual quilting by hand. I'm sure the color combo doesn't surprise you in the least!
Not only am I pleased with the results, staying busy kept me from taking more photographs! Next week at this time, we'll be closing down our booth for the day at the Winter Park Autumn Art Festival. Offering her help, Lisa closed her email with this thought: Let's hope we are super busy! Here, here!