Sunday, November 8, 2009

Let There Be Light

Remember this pic that used to be my banner (all 8 of you who follow me LOL)?
Well, that was September '08 when I moved in! Before today, the whole window was covered. Meaning, no light getting into dining room area.

That country mess of a plant/tree outside the window was growing OVER the fence from my neighbor's back yard. Neighbor is cool, but had the nerve to tell me it grew pretty flowers and there was a bird's nest on her side at top so be careful. *blank stare*
I was like, "Do you see this demon growing all in the gutter and into the siding of my house!"

Here's what I did:
1. Pulled it down (Her fence is the nice tall one, mine...the crummy little one)
2. Took my chain saw to whatever I could reach. (no pic)
3. Pulled away to alley.

I still couldn't pull the pieces out of the gutter and siding!
We have same yard guy...Wednesday, I'm telling Juan to keep that shyt trimmed on HER side...I'm getting a little indignant, if you can't tell.

Now...think I'll be more inclined to finish my dining table and chairs? Hmmph, read my sub-title again.


Dayka said...

I had a similar problem. Someone didn't want to take care of their tree, so I did it for them! Now we're both happy (well, at least I am). :)

L.Duncan@home23duncanboys said...

Girl you are funny!! It look better. I would have had her doing that since it is her tree!!!

Adrianna said...

I think we all know your pain. You did good by keeping the peace.

Mrs. Chic said...

Looks much better

Dayka said...

"Come out, come out, wherever you are!!!!" (said in my best hide and go-seek voice . . . )
hope things are okay with you!

Kristen @ Miss Prissy Paige said...

And then there was light! Natural light is such an energizer in the morning. I'd probably get up on time if I didn't use black out curtains in my bedroom :)

Living With Lindsay said...

You go, girl!