I noticed these snow stalactites under the table on my back deck. I don't recall seeing anything like this before, but of course I am not always around.
I have been struggling with bifold doors in my condo since moving in. They are on all the clothes closets. the laundry and the water heater nook. One of the closet doors, the water heater door and the laundry door were always sticking, dragging on the carpet, and looking all crooked. I finally had it when one side of the laundry doors fell off completely.
I decided today was the day to fix them. I didn't even look this up on google. I actually studied them and figured out how they worked and where they were failing. I needed one small part from Lowes to fix the clothes closet and it took me a couple of tries to adjust that one properly, but by golly, I did it!
I wasn't sure about the parts so I kind of over did it. Lowes is not far away so I can return two of these packages.
I wasn't too sure at about the tools I needed either. It turned out I didn't need any tools for the bifold doors beyond a bit of brute strength. The tools were not wasted though because I decided to hang a shelf on the kitchen wall. This shelf used to be in the bathroom but it was kind of in the way of the door so I moved it.
I put up pegs in the bathroom. These don't interfere with the door opening.
I am giving serious thought to why I need a man in my life at the moment. I'm thinking a self-proclaimed handyman better start stepping up a bit more, try to make himself a little more indispensable. Maybe I will start thinking I need a man like a fish needs a bicycle!