This isn't a job I enjoy! And I'm always going on about it, and because I'm so slow at it I always seem to be doing it! Taping and plastering. Most of the joints in the plaster board were taped and plastered but some of most of the corners got left so now we're going back and finishing off 'properly!' Only not so properly as I'm not very good at it, and after the morning spent in the stairwell on a platform on a ladder I frightened myself by looking in the mirror - and wondered
if Annie Lennox had been doing a spot of decorating when she had this taken.
And while on a messy note, in the afternoon my new bread maker arrived
It's ever so nice, if a little on the large side. We'll have to take turns to be in the kitchen! We shall make it a shelf to stand on so I can get my work top back! And at around midnight after a somewhat plastery and floury day I produced my first loaf of bread
It tasted wonderful. I know this because I had to have a slice with butter. The ability to make fresh bread every day is not going to be very good for my diet. That's flour on the loaf, not plaster, though in truth there doesn't seem to be very much difference between the two - a small amount goes a long way!