Hi everyone. Happy T day. It is always amazing how fast the weeks go by, and we are back to Tuesday again.
Today has been an exciting day for me. Sign ups for the covid vaccine began this morning for my group in New Hampshire. I went on, battled the system that didn't work 100%, went back an hour later and managed (somehow) to get an appointment today for my vaccine. Shot one is done.
The other news for me this week is I am almost done painting my living room, stair well and upstairs landing. It has been a long process. The actual painting took a few days over several weeks (as I didn't paint everyday), but choosing a color was a project in itself. I started back in January. My original color chosen was coffee.
Coffee colors vary as those of you who drink the beverage know. There is black coffee, weaker brown coffee, milky coffee, and all the colors that milky coffee can be, depending on your ratio of coffee to milk, cream, half and half, or other creamer you add. Here's what Wikipedia says about the color coffee:
Coffee is a brownish color that is a representation of the color of a roasted coffee bean. Different types of coffee beans have different colors when roasted—the color coffee represents an average. The first recorded use of coffee as a color name in English was in 1695.
I went to Home Depot and bought a few paint samples in the coffee range, came home, and painted patches of them on a wall.