Today, I really wanted to be able to finally share my post about how to paint kitchen cabinets, but good heavens, that post is turning out to be a whole lot of work, and I want to make sure it’s right before I publish it (because if someone is going to be brave enough to take on that project, I want to steer them right and not accidentally leave out a step or something.)
But now I’ve spent all of my allotted blogging time for today working on that, which means now I’m here telling you I don’t exactly have a post written for today.
I do have a number of other almost-done-but-not-quite posts in my drafts folder, but they all need things I can’t add right now (such as photos, which still need to be taken and it’s not light enough for that!)
So for now, I’ll leave you with something that is completely irrelevant: a Trojan horse made of Duplos.
Lisey’s doing ancient history this year, and her book gives her projects to go along with every section. This time, she was supposed to build a Trojan horse, so she and the other girls came up with this. Totally made me laugh.
Especially when they figured out how to make a trap door in the bottom so that their army of
Greeks Japanese erasers could get out.
They really got into this project, and since I took these photos, they’ve remade the horse a number of times, with later versions becoming more and more authentic*.
*as authentic as one can be when you’re building with Duplos
Have a lovely Monday, and I’ll see you tomorrow with something slightly more on-topic.
Joshua’s 365 post: Framed