Sunday, March 16, 2014
It was a lot of fun building my new office. The plans changed at least three times in five days. All the plans were based on measuring all of my equipment that was going into the office space. The office space is very small and in one corner I used three affordable rack shelf. On the other wall was a book shelf that was custom made also to fit the area.
Posted by Malou at 9:00 AM
Searching through eBay the other day for used vehicles I happen to come up with something really unique. It say 2013 Oreion Reeper. Its nothing that I could use on a daily basis but it looks like such a fun vehicle. Maybe if I had sand dunes in my backyard I would be more interested in it. The price is a little out of my budget.
Posted by Malou at 8:54 AM
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
It's always fun looking at all the new musical products online. Last year we kind of over bought for our home band but what a difference in our sound. Every couple months we will have a small gig to do. Last time it was a school close by. The day before I was looking at ludwig from guitar center. One of these days I will own the one of my choice . For now I can dream about it.
Posted by Malou at 9:00 PM
Here we go again. Who could believe that another bad storm is coming across the eastern seaboard. Wouldn't you know it after it hits us it dissipates. Spring is usually here in a week or two but not this time old man winter still has a few tricks left. With a wind chill of -10 tomorrow it's not going to be fun.
Posted by Malou at 8:57 PM
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Over the years we've bought quite a few different instruments some of our old ones we just had updated. Updating our keyboard I think was the most expensive. It's less frequent that we practiced these days but its all in fun. The latest addition to our collection are two foot tambourine from musicians friend. It makes such a difference in two of the main son songs that we do.
Posted by Malou at 9:12 AM
Monday, February 17, 2014
My husband's work truck was very crowded with all the tools. He had built shelves on both sides to hold all the tools. He also built a ceiling rack inside in the center to keep three of his ladders out of the harsh winters in Upstate New York. Now he is building a floor eight inches above the regular floor to install drawers with these 60" drawer slides. A lot of his small parts will go in there.
Posted by Malou at 6:17 PM