At the moment I'm either elbow deep in bricks and plaster,
or knee deep in blocks and mortar,
or tangled-up in a mess of wires.
Otherwise I'm digging the garden, chain-sawing piles of wood, or mowing (in between waiting for our damaged cooker to be taken away, and a Palm tree to be delivered). I've hardly got time for a glass of rouge.
When will it ever end (did you hear that crack of the whip?)!
Most impressed with your blocklaying skills.ReplyDelete
Not entirely my own work, I have a man to do the heavy stuff.Delete
Perhaps you could block up forever all the scoundrels that were involved with your stove fiascoReplyDelete
Keeps you out of mischief!ReplyDelete
No it doesn't.Delete
I can't get over the quality of the materials!ReplyDelete
Good or bad? Everything has to abide by European 'norms'.Delete
Good! Everything we get here is from China made to comply with 'good enough for Africa' norms.Delete
The orange/red bricks look very non English bricks.ReplyDelete
They're hollow. Good for insulation.Delete
Is it self-flagellation, or is Lady M wielding that whip? Things are moving along and looking great! I bet you can't wait until the family move in. It will be wonderful to have them close.ReplyDelete
We can't wait.... at the moment we only have a Skype relationship.Delete
Well, we wouldn't want you you get bored !ReplyDelete
What will you do with yourself when it's all done Cro ?!!!!!ReplyDelete
And you love it all.ReplyDelete
There is always time for a glass of red!ReplyDelete
Idle hands are the devil's workshop. Glad you're keeping out of trouble. :))) DebReplyDelete
Isn't it wonderful to have a purpose to your days?ReplyDelete
I'd hate the opposite.Delete
I find this all terribly depressing.....to think there is a guy out there who does all of this stuff and cook as well.ReplyDelete
I just don't want to believe it.Off now to give my China an earful !
You are a man of many talents Crow, very impressive work.ReplyDelete
I'd rather be doing that than babysitting the grand kids. Must have a strong back.ReplyDelete
An 'aching' back, Donna.Delete
Didn't know Lady M had a whip to keep you doing all these jobs. Must try getting one for here too.ReplyDelete
I told her yesterday to draw-up a 5 year plan for me.Delete
Been there, done that, got the bad back :-DReplyDelete