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The Drawers

Okay, had to title this post that. Readers of The Dark Tower by Stephen King may see an ominous significance in the title -- but it was too amusing to ignore.

I finished the drawers.

They're nailed, screwed, reinforced, angle-ironed and have drawer stoppers on them. They are good to go. Probably not as good as someone stronger and more experienced could have gotten them, but good enough to work.

The only thing I have left to do is add the little plastic covers on eight screws visible on the outside of the frame. My back went out again from standing to put nails and drawer stoppers in on drawers though, so I'm resting before that final decorative touch.

I think I need a good long rest so I might read for a while.

Once I've rested up from that it'll be time to clear the table and unpack the scanner. That'll help my spirits a lot because I'll be able to post art again.

When my hands quit hurting I'll get back to doing some too.
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notalwaysweak
Jun. 7th, 2009 12:35 am (UTC)
Go slow past the Drawers.

Which I guess in this case means now it's done, have a break!
robertsloan2
Jun. 7th, 2009 01:56 am (UTC)
Yep! Good idea, and I'm doing it. I unpacked some boxes today but stopped when my back hurt. I think I'll take it easy for a while.
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