Part of that actually took place. I may or may not have scrubbed the rocks enough to get the cement grout off.
Recall the almost done picture where we sorta did the mailbox but not the post because we had to get the big black box reattached to the post so the mailman could deliver.
We didn't have any gray paint so a little white with black was mixed up in an old quart size container. Just enough to paint and repaint a couple times when spring arrives.
I wasted no time at the end of the driveway, you know I didn't want all the neighbors to see me in a beanie cap hiding my messy hair, with the red Popeye jammie bottoms I was wearing.
No selfie of me in red Popeye jammie bottoms. I realize how disappointed you must be.
Previously I picked up a $3.00 bouquet of fake flowers and sprayed them with some sealer.
They only have to last one season and it's cheaper then pretending to take care of real flowers that end up dead because I was too lazy to walk 1/4 miles to water them.
The last pathetic group of buds stayed on the mailbox for 5 years. They looked like crap by the time I got around to replacing them of course, so there is a good chance I will get a few years mileage out of this bunch if I remove them when Winter gets here.
As done as it's gonna get and much better than it was.
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