And, as evidenced by the picture to the left, our dog really likes him, too.
On Sunday night we started our project of running some wires through the wall in order to hang a television above our fireplace.
The problem is that there weren’t any electrical outlets on that wall, and there were thick supporting beams around a window and door that would make it difficult to run wires from the television to the component units like the satellite or DVD player.
Our good friend Moose, he from Kaiteur Coffeehouse, came to our rescue.
What a saint, this guy. After working 12+ hour days every day, he still come over to our house about 3 or 4 times this week to pretty much do most of the work on this project.
I’ve learned quite a bit, myself, and after Moose spread the first coat of compound on the walls, the rest is up to me.
Moose did something this week that I, in my selfishness, don’t think I could ever do. He graciously and willingly gave up so much free time just to help a friend run some stupid wires through a wall. He never lost his patience, and he never complained.
I could learn a lot from Moose. I certainly did this week.
You rock, dude!
Below is the wall, coming back together. Like a puzzle, we re-inserted all of the drywall that had been cut out.
And here’s the wall in its current state. The gaps have been taped and compound smeared on quite liberally. I put another coat on this morning, and will do another later in the day. It’s actually looking like a living room again!