Does it make more sense to paint the walls and then refinish the floors, thereby eliminating the need to wipe down the freshly painted walls and anything we may have hung on the walls?
Should we have the floors refinished and then paint and hang?
Thanks for the opinions!
A view of the city from White River State Park.
St. John Catholic Church. This is across the street from the RCA Dome where the Colts play. Also, and obviously more importantly (haha), the church where Chad and I were married.
Another view of downtown, this time from the canal.
Union Station. A beautiful building that is only being used (to my knowledge) as a banquet facility right now.
Monument Circle. Not the best picture of the Circle, sorry.
The Canal and the Indiana State Museum. Notice the artwork on the wall. This actually is all around the outside of the building. There are examples of artwork that represent something from each county in Indiana.
So is Chad because that means it's time to start playing in the yard again. A post from last year explained that we went a little tree crazy in our yard. We had the city remove a very large and potentially dangerous tree from our yard. Then we proceeded to plant about nine more trees in our yard. What can we say? We love trees. Anyway, the blue spruce we planted last year died and we just replaced it with another blue spruce. It is planted in a different spot in the yard. We're still trying to decide if we like it there or not.
A project that was started last year and then put on hold for the winter is the back yard fence. The fence you see in the picture above is actually our neighbor's. Ours will be somewhat similar. Chad put the footings in in the fall. That's some kind of vine thing sticking up out of the ground in front of the footing.
Hopefully by the end of the summer the back yard will be fenced. It will be nice to have a little privacy and not to worry about the dog when she's running around the yard expending her lab energy.