People are ignorant of what they ought to know and know those things of which they ought to be ignorant.
Translated by Charles Edwin Wilbour
I should be spending all of my time using my imagination and talents to contrive brave, new worlds. Instead, I get mired in this one.
My my mom reminded me that as a high school student I swore that I would never purchase a house that needed work; I would only purchase a house that was done so I didn’t have to spend all of my time on projects. Life is ironic. I now know more than I ever wanted to know about home improvement, mostly because I seem to always be working on one project (or another AND another AND another AND I swear I won’t start anything else until I finish ANYTHING!).
I will use this page to post assorted projects that I’ve done, or information that I think is helpful. I’ve used the internet to gather ideas for many of my projects, but most of the sites I’ve come across are “official” network channels full of advertisements, or they are the product of a contractor who provides advice. I’m neither. I just get by doing my own thing because I can’t stand paying someone else to do something I can do myself, and there’s not much I can’t do myself. The result is that I’ve become something of a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none. As such, take any advice you find here as nothing more than an explanation of my experiences, and not the recommendations or advice of a professional. Or, to put it another way, I’m not liable for anything you screw up.