Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen

It'll make it easier for me to have tea with Pamela at least.

I am in a break from my role as Chief Cook to the Painting Party, and I wanted to note that this basement project is a pretty big deal for us. It's a large investment of time and money, and it's probably going to change several things about the way we live in this house.

Specifically, when we moved into this house, there was a sign in the basement that said, "Buses do not stop here." I had timprov take me down to check this morning (no stair rail at the moment), and that sign was gone.

So it only remains to find out which buses do stop in our basement, and whether our friends in South Minneapolis can get here direct or whether they have to change at Bigdale.
Tags: pure silliness, veryveryvery fine house

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