It was inevitable

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  1. Ha! Yes, if things go too smoothly, you’re waiting for the shoe to drop, then the other shoe. I’m sure your dad will handle him. My brother had a huge window that some judge had given him and he wanted it to face the water in his new addition, but it was so large that it didn’t leave the requisite number of inches between the bottom of the window and the floor. It was a few inches off. He leaned a piece of plywood in front of the window the day the inspector came, and all went well. Sometimes you get a picky inspector or one who doesn’t know what he’s doing. They can throw a wrench into things.

    I’m excited about the paint. It will come to life when you start putting color on the walls.

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