Yesterday, before going to Cambridge, I painted ‘s “closet” (it isn’t actually a closet, but I can’t think of anything else to call it, so it’s a closet — It’s the big open former doorway to the right of the picture). She mentioned that she really wanted to have it painted so she could put some stuff away, so I figured I would take care of it. I have never really painted anything before, but I just guessed at the process and it came out pretty well. I am not painting the trim, though, so she can deal with that. :P She didn’t have a roller pan (well, she had one, but it was being used to catch water from the still-dripping radiator), so I just used a brush. Needless to say, she was pretty excited when she got home from school yesterday (I wasn’t here, but she called me).
Today, I did the same for the hall, which was a bigger area but seemed to go a bit faster (probably because I optimized the process a bit more). I also fixed the mounting of her intercom panel, which was barely attached to the wall. Now she has a ton of trim to work on, but that seems pretty straightforward, if not more tedious.
I have that interview tomorrow, which is for an aerospace company, and the job sounds pretty cool. Apparenlty there aren’t many (any) other people interviewing for the position, and there are multiple positions open, so hopefully my chances are good. It probably helps that the first person I am talking with tomorrow is Garrett. :)
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does she own or rent a house, apartment, what? I can’t remember and I’m curious.
I bought a ghetto condo and am slowing making improvements, with the help of Sean :)
She wasn’t kidding, eh?
Excuse me, Mr. Moulton, but in the spectrum of “slaves”, you’re infra-red and I’m ultra-violet.
Meaning you are a much higher frequency slave?
Shit, I got those backwards didn’t I.
What I was trying to say is that you pointing at me, who did a favor for his GIRLFRIEND, seems a bit silly coming from someone who spends much money and time trying to impress someone who has no interest in them.
Don’t get me wrong, what you do with your time/money is your business, but I don’t think you should be calling the kettle black.
Hehe, point taken. But it wasn’t my intent to apply any sort of negative connotation to the slave relationship observation.