Eureka and roofing fun

Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton, and the legendary Stan Lee all on one episode of Eureka? I need to go back and start watching that show from the beginning; it looks like fun.

On an unrelated note, I've got about two-thirds of the chimney taken down so far, and have broken just one tool. Yesterday was only a four Band-Aid day, although I had to double up on the ibuprofen this morning after getting a bit too enthusiastic with the sledgehammer. The problem is that I'm now below one roof level and to the next one, meaning I have to kick the search for a roofer and funding into high gear. That's part of what will be occupying my time for awhile; I'll report on the other, writing related part later.

7 comments:

  1. The joys of a do-it-yourselfer.

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  2. Oh, nobody who knows me would ever suggest I'm a do-it-yourselfer! I have a certain amount of destructive ability, but it always comes down to someone coming in to help repair my mistakes.

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  3. Mark, once you're a rich and famous author, you have to hire someone else to do that grunt work!

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  4. There's certainly something to be said for finding someone who knows what they're doing! I'm not going to hire someone to mow the lawn, though; I get great story ideas during that chore.

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  5. Spray Foam Roofing is a common word used in the building industry, but still not as readily used in our market. There are typically 2 types of spray foam used today. One is an open cell foam insulation and the other is a closed cell foam insulation.

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  6. I've never heard of Eureka.
    I would never even attempt to get up on a roof, so you're brave in my opinion.
    We need homes without roofs, just some kind of unbreakable bubble over head.

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  7. Eureka's a SciFi program -- or is that SyFy, these days?

    Brave ... or foolhardy? An unbreakable bubble would certainly be helpful, but I'm afraid right now you'll only find that on SyFy!

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