The back stairwell walls are also coming along nicely.
When one wishes to hang art on a high stairwell wall and only having ladders at hand one might ask themselves, “How do I do that when the ladder needs a level platform but/and there are stairs?”
Well, you build one of these:
I use a couple of screws to secure it to the stair (yes, that means I put a hole in the stair, which is OK because we plan on repairing/refinishing them) and then the ladder goes on top:
Now, I can reach those spots that’d otherwise be impossible without some sort of scaffolding:
Easy to unscrew and move on any other portion of the stairs as needed. Also easy to store away for future use.
Updated my Now page. Setting a reminder really helps. Plan the work. Work the plan.
More art hung this morning. Added some pencil sketches of New Orleans to the pencil sketches of Saint Paul. (I’m from New Orleans and my wife is from Saint Paul)
Updated my Reading Page with The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson. I found it to be an ambitious mess. YMMV. 📚
I’m the principle cook in our family. As one who is always looking to reduce waste and use up all we can. So this is right up my alley. I downloaded the eBook and the recipes look great! Several I’ll try very soon.
I’m the one who likes email, prefer it over many other forms of communication, feels like I have a good handle on it, believes that it should be at a domain I own, hosted by a hosting provider, and accessed via IMAP by a client application.
I don’t understand FastHeyGProtonMail.
Seth Godin with a wealth of tips to make your Zoom calls look and feel better — both for yourself, and others.
(The first tip I discovered a while back and was a game changer for me — Hide Self View. Wish there was a way to do it by default but I have not found it).
Important reminder from Brent Simmons: The Perfect To-Do System Is Not Just Around the Corner.