I was all backwards today. My lie in lasted far too long, Harvey demanded breakfast number two. After I, finally, tidied up the kitchen I thought I'd mess it all up again by making a sausage butty..., only one snag, the sausages were still in the freezer. Oh damn and bother, so had cheese on toast, then took sausages out to cook for my tea.
There is still so much to do, not that I am complaining. There are all the window frames to paint, then they need glazing, and fitting. Then there is the exterior wall decoration, plus the roof. There is a temptation to rush, which is what happened today. I'd been tempted to glue the whole house, then I stopped. I made a cup of tea and thought about it. I needed to put in the skirting boards, so gluing all together was silly. If I did that I'd make my job much harder.
I need to do it in stages, besides, there is no rush. And there is a whole village to build. I've also sourced some figures for the house via the railway modellers sites! It would be nice to have a family in the house, and while I've seen some figures that have been made for these tiny houses, I wasn't impressed as they weren't very realistic. The figures made for the railway kits are much better. I'd like to source my own molds, but that is proving difficult.
Well Harvey has just had another fight with his 'girlfriend', she sneaked in while I was on skype and stole his dinner. His own fault as he let her in. He was rather miffed, so he's just tucked into a large meal. He is stupid, he lets this other cat get in, then only kicks up a fuss when she goes near his food, or if I yell at his girlfriend. It is all so comical at times. They're not quite sworn enemies, as they do get quite close to each other without much fuss. How did I end up with him? I had wide range of cats to choose from and I get him... !
More house stuff tomorrow... skirting boards to put in, and doors to paint. It's all go!
Have a good week.