Remember Woody the Redneck Contractor?? He’s the colorful character who helped build my house. Anyway, Woody is back on the jobsite finishing some chores around here and yes, finally completing the infamous Woody Gate.
In true Woody fashion, he sees me and yells, “CARLA, HOWTHEHELLAREYOU??” and “Come here and give me a HUG!!” He is pretty much the same funny guy, but he did mention how the California construction economy is really hurting right now. He asked me to see if any of my quilting or blog friends needs a good contractor to do any work…. Lynn, you need some help at your house, right? LOL!
Today, I spent the day visiting Faith’s home studio and working together on class related work. Thanks, Faith, I appreciate your hospitality, friend! I almost finished a jewelry piece today and even got to use Faith’s new soldering torch. Pictures to follow!
Keep watching for quilt pics, also photos of Jack. Hugs, Carla
Jack! Jack! Jack!~
Okay, I want to see the quilt pictures too. Can’t wait.
Yeah just ask faith how many projects she finished or even came close to finishing.. he he…
Good you can hug your contractor, I think….
OK, I just followed the links from your post, to the original Woody post to the funny redneck page…that one was simply unbelievable….I cannot imagine. Indeed it rather defies imagination. Buying plastic kiddie pools to plant lettuce in, on the ground. Though if you’re going to dispose of your engine oil in the lawn I assume…..
Gotta read that one to the man….incredible.
That site is a classic!! I love the point of view from the neighbor’s perspective. I’ve had my fair share of redneck neighbors, but this one takes it to a new level! I love it when he sets his deck on fire at least once or twice. Maybe the cigarette got too close to the alcohol, y’know? hahaha!
Hey plenty of work here in New Mexico……………here in manana land you are doing good if someone acutually shows up to work! Does he want to come here and do some work for me?
Well, I have been catching up on your last few posts. I love the Carla birds, the metal work, the gorgeous feathers on the heart quilt, and have checked back on all the Woody posts. He sounds exactly like my brother-in-law. I will have to try making a Carla birdie soon. Thanks for an entertaining morning’s read.