|My old end table.|
The school desks my kids used in their rooms as children were in the basement. They are rectangle and the tops are solid wood and stained beautifully. I couldn't sleep one night last summer, so I got up at 2:00 in the morning and brought the desks upstairs to see how they looked ... and I liked it!
Satisfied, I went back to bed and tried (unsuccessfully) to fall asleep. Unable to sleep, I waited until it was light and went outside to water all my plants. I also attempted to put in a mole deterrent that emits sound and an electronic pulse, which supposedly drives those destructive little critters nuts and forces them to move on.
I must have struck a tree root, because I couldn't get it flush with the ground. I fiddled with it until I was soaking with sweat, so I left it be and decided I'd move it after I cooled off. When I got inside, I took off my wet shirt. Then I noticed the old end tables still in the kitchen, which I had neglected to moved downstairs when I brought the desks up. The door from the kitchen to the back hallway ... the fastest route to the basement ... isn't wide enough to get the tables through, so they would have to be taken out the front door, and in through the garage to the basement. I picked up one and headed for the door when I realized three things:
- I had forgotten the top of the table lifted off and was a chest that could be used separate of the base. Yea! More toy storage!
- The glass I had cut for the top fit perfectly inside the base and could be used as new end tables outside on my front porch.
- I was half naked, and probably should get dressed before I went outside!
I think the legs on the desks would look better black than the current brown, so I plan on painting them (sometime), but all in all, I'm pleased. The rectangle desks give me room for the lamps, photo's, and leave plenty of room for a drink and other items I need to set down when relaxing in the living room.
|Definitely gives me more room.|
|The new end tables.|
|The chests from the old end tables chests stacked under one of the desks.|
|The old bases as new side tables on the porch.|
We are offering a $1,000 REWARD for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for the death of my son in a fatal hit and run on I-69 South on the Green River overpass in Evansville, Indiana around 11:00pm on Friday, June 22, 2018.The car that hit him was determined to be a 1998-2002 Silver Honda Accord. There would have been considerable damage to the front, passenger side of the vehicle, but it could be repaired by now. (See the Sheriff Bulletin below).
If you have any information, please contact the Sheriff's Office TIP line at 812-421-6297 or leave a web tip .
PLEASE KEEP YOUR EYE OUT
FOR THE CAR THAT KILLED MY SON!
Even if you don't live in the Evansville area, please keep an eye out for this car. It was traveling South on I-69. It could have been coming from and going to anywhere. The Sheriff's office will follow up any ANY lead.
The Sheriff’s Office has identified the make and model of the suspect vehicle from the fatal hit and run crash that killed 23-year old David “Davy” Egan, father of two, on Friday, June 22, 2018 on I-69 near south Green River Road.
: Silver 1998-2002 Honda Accord sedan. 2-door or 4-door body style. The vehicle will have damage to the front end.