Since I'm now the "Decorator in Chief" of the house, I'm making a few changes. What do you think?
very nice but do you have a model K frame as a coffee table?
G.R., I like the way you think......
However a "K" frame is almost identical in size and weight to a TT frame....... it would have to be a boardroom table.....
Looks like you need to reset the times on those clocks or you will be late.
Rob, I like it but I hope you hung up the London Reminder somewhere else. I couldn't help but think about your trip with the girls when I saw that clock..
Have fun with the decorating! Along will come another Gal and .......LOL
Following up on Gene's comment, from My Fair Lady -
--- she'll redecorate your home
from the cellar to the dome,
then go on to the enthralling task
of overhauling YOU!
It took you 50 minutes to change it?
I never liked that clock (go figure), so had not changed the time for daylight savings. I was just planning to and thought, wait a minute (pun intended), my "K Klock" was stuck in our small office..... so I liberated it.
One of my favorite musicals:
Now to move the Model K to our main three stall garage.....
I'm beginning to enjoy my freedom......
Wait till next winter when the Model N comes into the finished walk-in basement.....
You should have kept the clock but added "New" above the London in honor of the car runů..
Good thought Erik. Nice pic, except my hair is wind blown....
Rob, With your New Parts... Let the Party Begin!
Years ago, I knew a fellow that went through a similar stage in life. He placed a blown engine block on the living room floor with a piece of glass on top for a coffee table.
Not sure I would recommend going that far.
A model N wheel chandelier might be nice!
Rex Harrison is always great!
Wherever life takes you? Make the most of it!
I'm liking the new decorating themes! The K in the garage and the N in the basement? Perfect.
When I was young I had a 320 pound piston as my living room's centerpiece. Makes a great chair too.
Love that clock.