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As promised, here is my to-do list for the remainder of the weekend:
  • Check the trim in the daylight for any touch-up needs on the front stoop (the daylight is slipping away when I’m home on weeknights to do a full assessment on whether or not I’m finished)
  • Scrub the cement slab (and possibly paint it)
  • Wipe down the front door and paint it
  • Finish my fall wreath for the front door (just in time to take it down for the Halloween one, haha)
  • Work on my Halloween wreath for the front door
  • Finish up a few other Halloween crafts
  • Take Charlie to Petsmart and then for a long walk (she’s been such a good girl lately)
  • Try out the new camera (yes, you read that right… I finally have her, more on that later)
  • Send off the follow up contract info (sorry for the cryptic line here, but you’ll find out all about that later this week too!)
  • Wash down the staircase and prime the treads for paint
  • Skim coat the kitchen pantry wall
  • Get samples for the dining room paint color (I’m thinking bluey, greeny gray – so feel free to suggest colors!)
Anything you’re planning on doing this weekend? Good luck!

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  1. Power washing concrete works the best. You can get small electric ones on sale for around $100. They work good on removing paint outdoors too. I lurv mine!