Tag Archives: home improvements

Opening A Window To Change

As you probably know, Modern Philosophers, one of my core beliefs is that change is bad.  Not only is it bad, but it is also horrifying and murder on the stress levels. The House on the Hill, which has served … Continue reading

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The Early Bird Gets The Home Renovation

Holly stifled a yawn before taking an extra large gulp of her coffee. It was a beautiful Autumn morning in Maine, but maybe a little too early for Holly’s liking.  As always, the best friends were seated on their favorite … Continue reading

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The Second Coming (Of The Contractor)

Twelve years of Catholic schooling taught me the importance of faith, Modern Philosophers. So even after my hopes for new windows at The House on the Hill were dashed by the $43,000 estimate for them to be installed, I did … Continue reading

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The Windows To My Bankruptcy

“You look angry,” Holly pointed out as she watched Aaron sip his Snapple.  “I can see it in your eyes, and the eyes are the windows to the soul.” She smiled.  He did not. It was a beautiful day along … Continue reading

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The Handyman Can’t

I’m a writer, not a do it yourself kind of guy, Modern Philosophers. I know it’s hard to believe, but the only reason I ever wear a hard hat is to protect myself from my own klutziness.  When I need … Continue reading

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