Monday, May 4, 2009

My Hero...

I worked my father-in-law to the bone! He measured and hung pictures, straightened out any electrical issues, assembled bunk beds, organized shelves, took care of the sprinklers and made a few trips to Walmart. He also reprogrammed the garage door opener so it will now open both doors, attempted to fix the vacuum, connected the hoses, got rid of some wasp infested pottery and played with a sick child.

I'm pretty sure I have him convinced that moving is bad, and he will forever have to stay in Virginia.


One Maid A' Milking said...

That's why his son-in-law has been volunteered to organize and orchestrate any future moves...but only in the Garden State.Robert Weaver will never have to lift a finger.


Julie Weaver said...

It's not the move, that's the easy part. It's the finishing touches, like precisely hanging and leveling pictures and window treatments and finding the right paint and readjusting furniture, and measuring walls to find the center,landscaping, and moving the carpets again and again so they are perfect, and putting dishes into one cabinet and 2 days later, putting them into a better one, or so you thought and moving them back to the first one...need I say more? Oh, except for Good Luck'll need it bro.