We met at Starbuck’s for coffee this morning, talked of a battery and charge system for the water pump for when not connected to the grid. Heading for home.
Raven started the D side details as I searched for the lost shutter screws. I found two by eye, but a ways away, got the Neodymium magnets off the fridge in a cloth bag sweeping, took a while but it picked up the last one and a bunch of filings from the trailer grinding years ago for this vardo.
It’s tax day, I need to get this done, it took hours just to figure out the stock sale I made.
Meanwhile Raven finished painting the gold detailing on the D side, it looks great though the picture doesn’t do it justice with the sun glare.
I struggled with the govie forms as Raven cooked a fine lunch of grilled cheese and my smoked turkey on sprouted wheat with O tomato soup, a perfect comfort meal.
She went back to painting another coat of black on the cabinet doors to clean up the edges, considering a wee gold edge to cover the last little light paint.
I finally finished the taxes and started sanding another easel I cut last week on my return from a family reunion, one for me as I gave my sister the first best one for her birthday. The original I gave back to my niece Amber at the reunion, so I’m running on paper measurements and a picture. It’ll work with a few errors as expected. The second one is always not quite perfect for some reason, don’t know why, third one will be better as it works out. I’ve found this to be the case in many product introductions.
Raven headed home as I finished sanding the easel parts on the sander. Another productive spring day.