This past week we had our outdoor lights replaced with those wall lanterns I bought from Rona. Coincidentally, the bronze finish of these lanterns matches the brown undertone of the new paint. Here are some pictures.
It has been an extremely unproductive month. A tingling sensation in my throat had turned into a full-blown bronchitis within days. The antibiotics didn’t work fast enough, and I was non-responsive to any codeine cough syrups (well, other than the out-of-body experience. Getting high is definitely not my thing!). I was coughing my lungs out day and night — I don’t recall I’ve ever had anything quite like it. At some point I went almost five nights straight without sleeping: you don’t need to watch “Dawn of the Dead” to see what a zombie looks like! As a result of the acute coughs, I had to cancel many client meetings at work — to a degree my boss started to worry that he wasn’t going to have that 2-million dollar revenue he was banking on before our fiscal year end. Fortunately, slowly and gradually, I am back on my feet despite occasional coughs.
On the home front, since dust and other allergens can easily trigger my coughs, I’ve decided to hire someone to paint our garage and front doors. I’ve had enough of our ugly moss-green-color garage doors the builder gave us. Here are some pictures.
We picked up three of these outdoor lanterns in oil-rubbed bronze metal from Rona. I thought I was going to have to spend hundreds of dollars on these lights, but the total bill only came to a surprisingly low $150. We will have an electrician/plumber over when we renovate our powder room, so I will have him install these lights. Some pictures to follow.