Yesterday did indeed turn out to be hall painting day but I had an early morning chore I had to attend to first. The warp that I have been winding was on one of the hallway doors and had to be moved off the warping board and onto the loom.
I haven't done any of this in ages so I asked The Mister to give me a hand. It really takes two to get it done right. I have figured out how to do it by myself but I didn't have time to fool around.
The whole time he's helping me crank he's giving me the side eye. He doesn't understand why I need any more handwoven dishtowels when I already have made all of these. This is from a man with two whole bookshelves full of car models he can't stop making.
Before we could start painting I had to go dig out something I could use for painting clothes and find my designated painting crocks. You can see by the vintage splotches that I paint everything one color. White. Actually the paint I am using for the living area is called Distant Gray. It's a very pale gray that The Mister insists is just white because I suppose it actually is.
The hardest part of the whole day was not to die from laughing when The Mister showed up in his "painting" clothes. He's a very neat painter so I am happy to report that Charlie Brown made it through the day just fine.