Have I been working on the house? Yes. Have I been working on the house as quickly as I ought to? No.
I had two doorways to patch where doors were removed, at the old entry door between the front room (former porch) and the stairhall, and at the bottom of the stairs to the third floor. A couple weeks ago I cut old yellow pine to fit the hinge and strike mortises, planed them down, and sanded all round the casings. They look nice, but pictures will have to wait-- I loaded them onto the other computer.
Sadly, there are no new shellacking pictures. That's because I haven't laid on any new shellac. I'm still cleaning up the dust mess, and the work is going very slowly.
First, because I'm changing Internet service providers and I'm dealing with the whole old-new e-mail address transition.
Second, because cleaning my Study meant more than sucking up the dust, it also meant going through my books, rearranging many, retiring some to the storage space, selecting some to give away, and even chucking a few.
And third, it's going slowly because I don't like deep cleaning the house, and I keep putting it off. It's so much more fun to watch on-line videos that actually stream thanks to my new, faster ISP.
But as soon as I publish this post, I'm going upstairs to clean my bedroom. The curtains and dust ruffle, which were filthy, are clean and dry down in the dryer, and until the room dust is gone and I can put them back, there's no going to bed for me tonight.