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03/06/2012

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nancy (covey member)

I love your cabinets- wait, that wasn't really the point of this funny little blog post was it:) ... and does poor Lewis Mulvenon know that this shot of his under tail is now splattered across the internet? ... of course not -he's a guy/he doesn't care:)

Sister

Someone's ready to go spelunking!

Violet Cadburry

Hmmm, how many peanuts did he pull out of the u-joint? Someone is forgetting which side the disposal is located on.

Joan

I'm in your club...no plumbing repairs for this woman. Now I can paint and wallpaper, but the question is: Do I want to? NO. I detest home improvement projects no matter who is doing them...we remodeled our kitchen about 15 years ago..nearly went to divorce court over that project. Never ever again. This kitchen can stay the way it is until Hell freezes over. It can get to the museum stage, I don't care how antiquated it gets...never again.

Chrissy

So nice, your handy husband.

I wouldn't laugh at that head lamp. So useful when camping. Hugh wears one when he's packing a kiln. Chris will know about that for sure.

I'm with Joan - we could but we prefer not to.

Leslie J. Moran

Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards, for they are subtle and quick to anger.
J. R. R. Tolkien

Michelle

I am USELESS. Luckily, my husband is quite the handyman. Love your kitchen!

Hugh Exley

Plumbing work isn’t really for everyone, men and women alike. I’m sure that Chris really appreciates the moral support! :D Plus, even though water sewage problems could be handled by homeowners, it is still better to leave them in expert hands. He so looks like one. Also, Lewis looks pretty cute from here. ;)

Soledad Feigenbaum

Haha! Well, plumbing is really not that easy to accomplish, and I think it is pretty much okay for us girls to leave the job to those who are skilled enough to perform the task. Your husband seems to be enjoying the task with his adorable assistant. :D I bet they were able to fix your sink well.

Giana Forzareli

Well it looks like you are ready to start taking on more and more home repairs. I enjoyed viewing your pictures of this experience. It looks like it was hard work, but you had fun in the process. I was just in the process of water proofing my basement. Luckily my husband has a friend that does Foundation Waterproofing NJ. We live just outside of Jersey in Philadelphia, so it wasn't a bad ride for my husband's friend. Thank you for sharing this great post.

Alphonse Daigle

That’s so nice of Lewis to help your husband with the plumbing! I can really imagine him handing over the tools while your husband fixes the pipes LOL! Anyway, the headlamp contraption may seem silly, but it really helps a lot when working under the sink (I have used one as well when I was fixing our sink too). It’s important to be sure that you are fixing the right pipes with the right tools because one mistake might really make the damage worse.

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