I have a confession. Although my day job requires me to work at 33,000 feet in the air, I’m terrified of heights. Let me rephrase that: I am terrified of being on a ladder. Or scaffolding. Or on a roof top. Roller coasters are fine and I’ve overcome my irrational fear of large, tall, never-ending bridges. Heck, sky diving is still on my bucket list! But put me on a ladder and I loose all sense of logical thinking. Even when I’m inside it’s just as bad. The ceilings in the first floor are 11 feet tall but then I’m up on that ladder, they might as well be 100. So believe me when I tell you that it was a challenge to complete this porch project one-handed: Holding on for dear life with one hand and scraping, sanding, and painting with the other.
Before, During, and After