- The concrete in the reconstructed floor needed to cure for at least 12 months to ensure no cracking occurred in the outrageously expensive tiles chosen by Mills.
- I had to ensure that any rebuilt walls had to remain perpendicular for a given time for similar reasons to the above.
- Re the large, gaping hole in the wall for the new window - this is directly relating to the above points.
- This Summer was stiflingly hot & OH&S clearly state that one shouldn't work above 20C. (68F.)! Clearly the best substance for cooling in these conditions is beer & I found that after a couple, work was not advisable.
Exhibit A (after it stopped smoking)
Good to post to you all, Millie is on the way home from her How To Treble Your Man's Home Renovation Output In Five Easy One-Hour Sessions class & I'd better look busy. Love & kisses from MOTH (Man-of-the-House). xx