I’m not sure what possessed me to climb a ladder and clean our ceiling in 37 degree heat. It’s the first time in six years that I’ve cleaned the ceiling, and it took me two and a half hours. It’s a beautiful masterpiece made from chestnut and took my husband one month to complete.
He’s it’s a beautiful masterpiece of patience, nature and abstractness.
I think it can wait another six years before I clean it again! 😉
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What’s a masterpiece to you?
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an exquisite masterpiece…unfortunately one that is high maintenance. 🙂
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The next time I clean a ceiling will be my first. Of course, we don’t have an exquisite ceiling like that either.
What an amazing ceiling! And what determination you must have, to clean it in such weather! 🙂
I must have been crazy but I think my husband’s determination outweighs mine as he built this beauty! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.
It definitely looks like a masterpiece, especially after your sweltering cleaning job! 🙂
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Yes, cleaning, once done, can be a masterpiece…one that you have to keep re-creating. 🙂
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looks beautiful, wood is always great! Your husband did a beautiful job in making it and your cleaning job is perfection! Have a great day! May God Bless!
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Good job Jennifer…you got rid of all the spiders!!!!
LOL. I sure did, I can’t stop looking at my ceiling. It’s wonderful! 🙂 So proud of hubby.