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SWIPE >>> My Build...After spending 3 days in it, there is absolutely nothing I’ll be changing. It’s perfect for me. I want to spend time in it before I finished it to be sure. Next will be the electrical before I finish the ceiling and walls and minor adjustments . #ryobination
Pizza on the @cobbgrill turned out soooo good. Took 15 minutes, but would suggest maybe 12 for less crispy. I did have to trim the crust off because I bought to big of pizza dough
I won’t be sharing much of other people’s builds this weekend. I’m taking a 3 day weekend and testing out products and doing some riding, so most posts will be my product testing and possible nonsense Have a great weekend friends
My Build...The story about this white piece of corner trim in my van is at the end...
My Mother’s house was purchased by other family members earlier this year. We have been renovating it for the last few weeks. I was skeptical about being there for a month and how I would feel about it. Thinking I would be bitter that it wasn’t mine and being in her 75 years of living there and 21 of mine. Still a little bitter after a couple weeks, but it has been healing I guess.
I’ve always known I had a great childhood because of her. But this has brought back memories of understanding who I really am because of her. I’ve never needed much. I’ve Live dlife simply and I’m not materialistic. I now understand more who I am, and really appreciate more and more who I’ve become.
Most of the walls in her house were the same colors as I grew up. Not much was ever changed that I have seen. Parts of the house were “pristine “. Never painted, never touched. She was always content there. It was her home all her life from the day she was born.
I had a great childhood because of her. She worked hard, was kind and caring, she gave to others even if she didn’t have it. I’ve learned that life was and has always been simple then and should be that way now.
Couldn’t even think I’d be able to find more respect for her, than I had already had.
This piece of trim was in my childhood bedroom. It was never painted in my 50+ years of being a part of her house, so it’s left unpainted as a reminder, of how much I appreciated my upbringing and for my life to continue to be simple and appreciate what I have.
Mom, you have proven once again that life needs to be kept simple and love what’s around you and be happy for what you have.