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A job a day…

…keeps the doctor away (or something like that…).

We have a few local jobs coming up in the next month or so, but this week we visited a local florist, Willow Garden, to install lights in the windows.

It was very similar to the job in the podiatrist’s office last week. We installed a timer on these lights, so they switch on & off automatically, and look how pretty they are!

We’re also making other exciting plans this week, most of which I suspect won’t come to fruition for quite some time. There’s still the huge string of lights on the go, and today I’ve made plans for some fairy lights with toy cars. (I know, I know. I’ve been thinking about these for ages.) I’m not sure when I’ll find the time to make all of these lights, but I’ll find some somewhere; the rest of this week is committed to zine promotion (keep yer eye out on Zine Library!) and various forms of paperwork. I have, however, re-discovered Bloc Party, so am paperworking to the tune of catchy pop. Anything’s fun with a good drum beat!


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This entry was posted on November 13, 2012 by in LEDs, Projects and tagged , , , , , , .

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