Things I've learned about renos:
Just enough to trip in over my head
The 1910s were a bad decade for electrical design
Those rubber washers between the toilet tank and bowl are indeed necessary
Electrical field detectors are quack science
(either that, or my ancient plaster ceiling is some kind of miracle conductor)
Once a month running the dehumidifier in the basement is not enough to save
your tent that you left on top of the freezer not even thinking of mold
Home inspections are like lottery tickets, but more expensive.
It helps to have a husband cooking the meals when you're covered in plaster
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