New Cabinets/Stairs and a family Update!
I am getting prepped and ready to go to Colorado Springs for the Tiny House Jamboree on the first weekend in August. I am udder introverted and it’s times like these I wonder why in the heck I said ‘okay’ to speaking at the event (but I am still oddly excited), I have a vague idea of what I want to say but that’s it, a vague idea… In my nervousness I have found a plethora of ways to procrastinate figuring out something a little more solid. For instance, I made Hazel a new dress:
I’ll be making one just like it for me! Because, adorable.
Other ways to procrastinate what I SHOULD be doing have included, refacing every cupboard and drawer in my house, building new stairs, putting a fresh coat of paint on the entire interior of the house. Seriously, I don’t mess around, procrastination has been a serious tool to GSD (get ‘stuff’ done) in my life! Here are some progress photos of that:
With the exception of resealing the outside of my house (which will be done before August, I bet ya!), I think I have exhausted my avenues of procrastination… which means I will have to focus in on what my talk will be about.
It’s kind of cool to be given a platform to speak, directly to people who are interested in what I am interested in, for an hour about what I feel is the most important thing I have learned on this whole wild ride… sometimes and hour seems SO long but mostly I think… how can I possibly fit it all in one hour!? The shorter the talk the more time is needed to prepare, weeding out the ‘fluff’ is hard!
The vague idea that I want to convey is that DIY is important! I want to encourage others to do this themselves. The journey is important for more than one reason!
With that, here is a family update of my turkeys: