to a new diy-disaster in my crib. NO, there is no end and YES, we are still alive… nearly…
we still work to get a temporary office butt even things we patched together topsy-turvy had their pitfalls…
like the two former cabinets of the alcove what the mama glued one above the other once with god-knows-what… it was a connection made fur all eternity…
…and the dad had to use brute force …. and the makeshift-support for the desk is a makeSHIT-support now..
butt anyway, before we can place the desk we have to remove the old one… with a little help of a silvermistygrey friend… of course of course…
then my dad started to prepare a wire-salad or wire- spaghetti and because the mama didn’t like his recipe, the dad removed the mama and the weimaraner.
Epic fail…. because dumped wimmen and weimaraners mostly get woolly ideas..
like to sort out the wardrobe, hastily botched paw-made shelf (mis)-constructions and creating more chaos to the chaos what ruled my crib anyway…
after 3 hours we had two bags with stuff we will remove, a cursing mama and a totally confused dad who had no clue on which front he has to be the cavalry furst…
hoof-stomping mama sad looking weimaraner won and my dad removed the shelf the mama squeezed angular between the walls what stuck there like glued even after the mama used an axe…
…butt nevertheless after 87 hours we finished the darned wardrobe project and efurrything found a place…
even my stuff. now all my leashes are there and my coats and all other strategical tools.
and I rather decided to stay there with my stuff as the mama and the dad tried to
wreck tinker an office-like thingy together…
till the mama came with a new carpet, I couldn’t resist to park my butt on that fluffy thing
…have I told you lately that weimaraners can be as stubborn as mules? No? Well, then you know it now, I refused to leave the carpet no matter what they said…
till my dad gave up and showed me the paw he hurt while working the whole day…
… and because he
promised me a chewing bone is my bestest dad I will show you the hyper dangerous injury the world ever saw… incurred because of the crazy ideas of an ole bat … can I get a collective OOOOUUUCCCH! please?
We decided to put the carpet away it was the wrong
size color, it’s ok without that beast too… and it can anyway not fly…
normally this would be the end of the project, butt nothing is normal here…
we suddenly were surprised by a power blackout as my dad tried to start the computer. …. and after 87 hours and dismounting the whole construct, because this time they had the wires subterrestrial, we found the culprit… a wrong dsl-wire what caused the power crash… it wasn’t made for our box, butt my dad liked the blue color and ignored the warning what was written on that fab blue thing, he wanted the blue one even when it will be invisible when it runs under the floor anyway … oh man…
the mama looked eggs-tremely unhappy after it was done. The whole thing is more a shoddy effort than an office… we really should win the lottery now, I tell ya… that’s actually no masterpiece…
Like Raymond Chandler said ‘From 30 feet away it looked like a lot of class. From 10 feet away it looked like something made up to be seen from 30 feet away’.
The highlight of this haunted day was a fabulous trashure the dad found in the wardrobe…
it was an IKEA bag full with shoes. The mama bought it once as a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious bargain, hid it in the wardrobe because of unclear air and then she furgot it there… and my dad said
Imelda the mama is banned from Black Furryday this year, no ifs no butts… period. Poor thing…. hope the ban counts not for dog stuff….
… and pillows… it looks like we need a new one…
HAVE A GOOD THURSDAY ALL
Well what a DIY project THAT turned out to be! Injuries, rugs that aren’t the right color, desks and cabinets taken apart and put together again…..but the BEST part was finding a whole bag of SHOES in the closet!!!!! I know your Mom LOVES shoes (and you love ripping them to shreds) so it should be a HAPPY DAY in your crib in spite of the bleeding hands and mess…..right? Surely there’s a shoe or two available for you to gnaw on????? Never a dull moment at your house dear friend…..NEVER!
I’d park my butt in da middle of everything too!
DIY pawsably needs to be hired out to someone who knows how to Do it for pay
Your humans should be on TV I laughed through out the whole post ~ at least life is NEVER boring at yours
PS Your daddies hand looks mighty sore
PSS Tell your mama she can never have too many shoes …that way you will always have something to chew on when times get hard
OMGoodness, E. What a day! I think the wire spaghetti seems like a delicious idea. Too bad you were banned before you got to taste it. I don’t blame you for getting an early claim on the new rug. It looked soft and sweet, but once again sad that the rug was also banned. I guess staying 30 feet away from a home office is doable, but not much work would get done…..
Love and licks,
This looked like an old wound – or rather like a newly opened old wound. Your two humans provide so much entertainment – at all costs.
it was from part one and bursted again with part 2 … the smart guy removed the fresh skin and now it looks eggs-tra ouch…
I LUFFS the DIY in your house Easy…its sooooo much funs…..choosing the wires ‘cos you like the colour, that’s pawfect!!!!
Hope Dad’s hand repairs quickly and……where can we find a flying carpet, imagine the funs!!!!!
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
Easy, your peeps adventures make Lady laugh! That carpet matches your furs well! your gal Lee
I think you need your own TV show like “Home Improvement.”
We know first paw how hard it is living in Europe. Everything is so small. You are always trying to fit more into places than you should. It is always a mess and a project.
that’s what the mama said too… we need a bigger house… but even in that small house we can not find the screw back the mama lost, like my daddy said…LOL
OOOOOUUUCCCCHHHHHHHHHH… will that suffice? Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
OH MY WORD EASY!! YOUR MOM HAS A VERY ACTIVE MIND THINKING OF ALL KINDS OF ‘FUN’ PROJECTS FOR YOUR DAD. YOUR WARDROBE LOOKS VERY NICE AND ORGANIZED. OUCH IT LOOKS LIKE A DINOSAURS WRENCH BIT YOUR DAD!!
HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF
Do the fire trucks and ambulances park outside your crib – – – JUST IN CASE? It sure would save them a lot of time. 😉
the ambulance parking is just one street away… seems that place is well picked lol
I haven’t started the closet change yet. I need to do what you did, and let some bags of no longer fitting clothes go. Love the quote!! Thanks Easy, good thing you were there to keep the peeps on task.
We do hope you warn your neighbours about the next DIY project coming up in case they call in the cops?
The wardrobe looks great!
OMD OMD and a power failure and hurt paw to boot!! You guys make me nervous but the wardrobe looks good!
LOL, if the ban stays in place, at least the mama will avoid all the extra crazy shoppers. It’s safe that way, for the body and any wallets. Sorry your dad got hurt. I never seems to fail with DIY projects. Hope his paw recovers soon. ღ
In one of the pictures, it looks like your dad is building a cage to escape to. They’re called “safe spaces” and he really needs somewhere safe.
I had the same idea about the cage… but I rather would use it for the mama and her ideas… :o)
By the looks of all that mess, we say jump in and help quick
Lily & Edward
We would all be sitting on that carpet Easy! Ouch, I hope the Dad’s hand is better.
Wow, it’s just a never-ending cycle of keraziness from your peeps! I hope your daddy’s hurt paw feels better soon.
Whew! Cas deserved to be confused ( How could you tell anyway – pretty much a normal condition?) An epic battle – complete with wounds and havoc. (It was necessary to really give a new rug the close 4 paw experience…)
Glad you got thing sort of sorted out. Take care of your staff…you dad looks as accident prone as some here. Paw waves
Our cats say “Bravo!” They would have never left the carpet on their own, christening it with a nice hairball. Hope your dad survives all these projects!
Hehe oh dear. Our hoomans tend to get quite grumpy when they do DIY. Whee just sit there and watch the chaos!
Nacho and Noah
Ouch! Hope your dad recovers quickly!
You are my favorite DIY’ers! I hope you licked your Dad’s hand to make it better. OUCH!!
OMC Easy what a day. Ya’ know da wardrobe looks great. Ya’ll did a pawtastic job. Sorry ’bout your daddys ouchie. And we’re sorry your mommy be banned from da deadly black Furiday. We can’t believe it’s a;ready dat time again. Big hugs fur all of ya’. It’s time to get some rest, huh?.
Dezi and Raena
OOOOUUUCCCH ! Poor dad ! We love your DIY projects, and we think you did a pawsome job helping your humans. Purrs
Loved the results in the closet. So funny your dad bought the wrong computer wires because he liked the blue that wasn’t going to show anyhow. Did no one offer you yummy food that you couldn’t reach from the carpet? I guess their minds are too frazzled with the DIY projects. 🙂
Never a dull moment in your patch of the world!
Looks like a WIN Easy! AND your Moms found a hidden treasure of SHOES??! PAWSOME! Have you tasted them yet? Just wonderin’, since you seem to have an affinity for your Moms shoes….BOL!
Sorry abouts your Pops hand….at least there wasn’t blood! That is progress!
I agree with Mrs. P. You could have the best DIY show on HGTV (as long as it comes with a disclaimer “don’t try this at home”)!
I hope your Papa’s hand heals quickly – I hate it when my paws get hurt! Love to you all today!
It isn’t getting fixed right if there isn’t a little blood spilled. Who needs the lottery when you have a whole undiscovered bag of shoes that can be exchanged for money!
Yes a TV show is in order – Easy’s not so Easy DIY projects!!!
Mr Bailey, Hazel & mabel
Sending your Dad’s THUMB Paw… some POTP. OMD that looks very SORE…
DARN Easy… your mom Does pawvide YOU and your Dad some Major. Entertainments… OH and fur US also…
Imelda… hehehehe We were wondering where all her shoes were… NOW we know… BOL BOL
Whew — where would I start? The wardrobe is magnificent and what a couple projects. Maybe daddy will melt and Mama will go shopping Easy. Don’t you worry. It is only a hugg and puff gesture. Thanks for the entertainment.
There is never a dull moment when it comes to a DIY project in your house.
Millie & Walter
We don’t know what your peeps would do without you, Easy!!!
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Oh my! Banned from black Friday! 😣
There has to be a better hiding place 😉
Can I fly with you on your magic carpet, Easy, it looks very cosy and warm on it 🙂 Healing Pawkisses for your hard working Dad 🙂 ❤
I love the closet!!! Sorry about the paw and look more shoes!!!
Your poor Paw’s paw! That hurts just looking at it. Your Mom and Dad sure do a lot of work. You are a lucky Weimaraner to have such hard-working parents! 🙂
hello easy its dennis the vizsla dog hay ow ow ow!!! yore poor dada!!! he seems to be eeven more aksident prone then my dada and that is pritty darn aksident prone!!! i hope he feels better soon!!! ok bye
Reconstruction is never easy, Easy (did you like that). That’s a nasty injury dad has on his paw and it deserves a collective “OUCH!” I hope you made some soothing noises. We get told that a girl can’t have too many shoes, so when she who must be obeyed complains to me I tell her a dog can’t have too many toys..
The DIY projects at your house are always entertaining (well not the hurt hand part). 🙂
[…] I can’t remember how long I’ve been following the antics of the Weimaraners here at Easy Blog*. Yes, that was plural. Easy the Weimaraner had me following him at the first post I laid eyes on. I laughed my ass off!! He was so smart and wise as he taught class on his very own king-sized bed-classroom. His students may not have been able to hear, see or smell Easy’s class, due to MIA body parts caused by a bon chew… butt that’s neither here nor there… Easy also loved to help the staff do chores around the house. Most of the time this consisted of opening packages from the post (wo)man, sometimes not in the most gentle way… Letting the woman know that it was time to get rid of some shoes… And many times he tried to guide the staff in DIY projects, however they usually ended in disaster, whether it be the woman’s fault or the man trying to cut his own parts off. […]