We have doors, y’all.
Well, actually, we’ve had doors for a while now but Ninja Man just installed SCREEN doors!
I’m so excited.
Because each door has a separate screen door, I can have a cross breeze like nobody’s business!
That, and the pups can roam free in and out to their little fuzzy heart’s desires.
Here they come! In case you’re wondering, that’s Monty the Italian Greyhound at top followed by Winston the Boston Terrier. Winston has to consider all the things before he makes a commitment. Miele, at bottom, flies through like her fanny is on fire. That’s the Jack Russell in her. We wish we could wash it out but no. It’s IN and she channels her inner Jack like it’s her sworn duty.
Hoover (our elderly Boston) was napping during this photo shoot.
Where do they go? Ah, that.
Well, Ninja Man and daughter built a HUGE pen for the pups. It only took them a week and they really enjoyed working on it together. Those big gates are necessary so we can move a camper in and out. They have to travel through the fenced in area to get to the hookups.
Now that the pups are happy, we can get back to doors.
So the pup door got installed first. This eliminates the need for us to jump up from time to time so the herd can answer the call of nature.
Next, Ninja Man installed the front porch door but it’s my favorite so I’m saving it for last.
He’s working on this one right now:This goes out to the side of the house where there is a fire pit and chickens.
Let’s talk about that fire pit.
It really isn’t one at all. What it is is a burn barrel and Ninja uses it all the time. There is a small dish type thing we use for roasting marshmallows and stuff like that, but so far it’s just a place in the yard near enough to the garden hose in case of, well, fire.
Side note: Ninja Man asked me what I want for Mother’s Day. I felt a little dizzy for a moment, having never heard the question in at least 37 years of mothering his offspring. In his defense, he is retired now and clearly trying to get into Heaven. But before I could come to my senses, I blurted out “a fire pit!”
So many missed opportunities. But like I said, I was dizzy, taken aback even. AND we happened to be at Home Depot when he asked.
Why couldn’t this question be asked at Jared’s jewelry store for goodness sake? Could be cause we never go there.
Anyway, here’s the front screen door!
It’s wooden. Ninja painted it gray, to match perfectly with the siding. It slaps shut. The grandLittles have already slapped it shut so I know it works, just like a grandma’s door should!
It’s messy around it because Ninja is still tweaking it here and there, but it’s installed and I’m so stinkin’ happy.
And you know, getting a fire pit for Mother’s Day just feels right. It’s not how brightly the gift shines; it’s how it warms you inside and out.
Thanks for stopping by and God bless!