As my beautiful wife and possibly anyone who has been following my Good Album Hunting posts could have guessed, two tiers of record shelving, with roughly eleven linear feet of record storage, cannot contain all the records at Nogglestead.
So I quickly assembled a third tier, and as I was priming it yesterday, I noticed something.
When painting something, I always go from left to right or counterclockwise around the item.
I credit this to being old enough to remember a typewriter, and I’m just doing what the typewriter does with paint.
I dunno, maybe it’s more because that’s my dominant hand. But I like the typewriter analogy better.
Also, please note that I am not sure if roughly sixteen feet of shelving will be enough.
Thank you, that is all.