Tuesday 1.3.2012

I hope that everyone made it safely into the new year and has gotten used to writing 2012 instead of 2011.  I admit that I'm still having issues with that even though I must write it twenty times a day.

No partying on my end.  I had to work all weekend through.  New Years Eve I made it until 11 PM before I put my ear plugs in to get to sleep.

The toilet is finally fixed.  Whoohoo!  Was that a pain in my ass!  Yesterday afternoon there was a leak on the outside of the commode, but that has gone away.  Last night the tank wouldn't fill up, but that seems to have gone away too.  I might have some adjusting to do, but everything is fine now.


I had to borrow a large adjustable wrench to get that plastic nut off.  If it wasn't for that, I would have the toilet up and running Saturday night.


Tada....all new guts installed. :)



Today I finished putting the last of a 120 squares together.  All that's left to do now is to put a border around the whole afghan, then that's it.  I'm really liking it.  The other side looks completely different.  I'll have to take a photo of it.   The afghan is  huge and very heavy. 

 


It's almost time for a new project....or maybe I'll make another one different color, different type of yarn?

3 comments:

  1. or maybe you'll make one for your good friend kymber?

    just sayin'...

    u no who

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  2. Kymber...lol, by the size of YOUR bed, it would take me about a year.

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  3. Happy New Year to you and all the best. I'm back home again after the holidays and trying to get caught up on blogs. Your afghan/blanket/bedspread is looking great. Yay on getting the toilet back up and running. Take care, Sheila

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