I can see the headlines now. “Husband Dies of Starvation and Wife has arm amputated”.
This may be exaggerating a bit, but really we have had a few weird things going on over here at our house.
What is the cause of it you ask?
This is the culprit! Bead board on the living room ceiling.
The first Saturday that we worked on it hubby’s jaw locked up and he could barely open his mouth. It stayed that way for three days. (Hence the hubby dying of starvation). Am I an abusive wife or what? Thought that I was going to have to feed him through a straw. He does have problems with his jaw every now and then, but never this bad. I’m sure it was caused by looking up and also stress from trying to line everything up perfectly. On top of that, he had to cut around six cam lights.
By Thursday of the following week I could not move my right arm. I had problems with it two years ago, but it has been great ever since. that is until the bead board ceiling. We figured it had to be from helping to hold it up while hubby nailed. I did have to have a few shots in the shoulder, but the Dr. was able to save the arm. lol!
Are we a comedy team or what? Well alas, the ceiling is done (still needs painted) and now we just have to put it on one wall. Easy peasy street. Hubby has done plenty of bead board work before, just never on the ceiling.
This morning I painted the other three walls a pale yellow. I’m getting so excited to see the room come together. Here’s a sneak peek at a few items we will be using In the room.
This picture was taken at the shop where I bought the mirror.
These vintage items are hanging out in my garage. I bet that they are getting anxious to come in out of the cold.
I thought I would leave you with some white pics of what we woke up to this morning.
As anxious as I am for Spring, I love how snow looks on my yard art.
I’m sure that the ground is happy for a bit more moisture.
Spring will come and I’ll be mowing before you know it. I’d better enjoy what Mother Nature has given us.
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