Today Jessica myself and her family went down to the Pacific Science Center to check out the Dead Sea Scrolls for her sister's birthday. It was quite interesting.
I don't know what to do this weekend.
Freddys moving back to Cali, ass got canned. Haha.
So I think I want to drag him out to do something somewhere. I dunno.
ak, I gotta work on the band shed too...Thats what I should do tomorrow. Its been postponed lately due to rain. So yes, tomorrows supposed to be another sunny day, so maybe I can enlist the help of some of the fellahs to help me put the ceiling portion of the drywall up. Then after that, we're done with the crappy part of it all. Kinda. Then come the tape and texture, which shouldn't take more than two hours tops, then the primering, followed by painting itself (which'll be kinda fun), then the rug and lighting. Friggin' A. Almost there.
so, note to self:
THINGS TO BUY
3. border joint thingys
4. carpet (I'm hoping astro turf won't be a bad idea)
5. lighting (clear christmas lights for the starry effect(lots of 'em), and one hanging moon lantern)
6. a HEATER. I'm thinking it won't be as cold in there with all the drywall and new insulation covering everything up, but ya never know.
...and then I think I'm done. Gah, tearing out the metal tubing crap on the ceiling...I'm not sure how its going to work out...or even how to fit the drywall up there (securelly...I sincerelly wouldn't want a "the night sky is LITERALLY FALLING" scenerio to take place), but I'm thinking with enough people it could totally work out. And ladders. Yes indeed. Gah. why can't they just magically put themselves up there? Fantasia style or something. Like I could bust out a big blue magicians hat and a wand, cue some chimey "magical" kinda music and conjure the drywall to start dancing sprouting legs and nailing themselves into the ceiling. Someday. But not tomorrow. Grr. Ah well.
This is pretty awesome