Nice!My mother-in-law has sent me an unexpected prezzie. lt’s almost as if she knows me:
we certainly were!I bet you two are the life and soul of any party.
it was about the biases any archaeologist brings to their work. Mortuary evidence is one of the two largest data sets we have to work on, so that's why it was selected - and it cuts across all cultures. Got to do something with the bodies unless you really do just leave them where they fall.Er... what does that mean? (for I am a pandacracker of very little Brain)
I have a tiny SAK with an incredibly sharp blade, I've cut myself with it.l was trimming some dead, dry skin from the end of my thumb using my Swiss Army Knife when l saw a tiny amount of blood, and realised l’d nicked myself without feeling so much as a twinge.
Unwhinge? Damn, l can sharpen a knife!
(Or l’ve contracted leprosy).
If you prepare the surface correctly and use a good under coat it should be good, personally i do like it, but each to his ownImmersed in my DIY spasm and needing encouragement, I was sceptical about the One-Coat gloss paint, which I found in my store. If it was any good, why did I not remember it? Taking the lid off was not entirely reassuring. On the bright side, there was plenty of it; had I used it at all?
It had curdled somewhat but the tin gave me gruff advice not to mix it; I was soon, gingerly, pasting its brilliant white phlegm onto my door-frame. See how it goes, eh?
Providing it dries - and it seems to be doing - the answer will be splendidly! Better, by far, than I had anticipated. That little investment of ten years ago may serve to cover the rest of the house, in a season when there is more time than money!