How is the wall restoration going? Thank you for marking up my page, I think I'll keep it like that. A peer said that I was their spirit animal when I was staying over to help get things done so that made me feel pretty cool/good about work.
I am keeping a close eye on this writing portfolio of yours.
I appreciate the tip. I kind of follow the instructions as far as foil and hammer (and well all I had was a brillo pad for the first one) so that first one was a biyach.
Whilst the many imperfections of my balls proves troublesome I think that simply microwaving machine sanding or casting defeats the purpose. When I give that nut to someone I want them to know I spent a long time bringing it to its Ultimate conclusion. Yes, sir, you are right - I need to get out more.
I have been trying my hand at making Japanese foil balls. I like the idea of making something out of nothing, the labour involved, and the idea of then giving that to someone to let them know you had been thinking of them. I wouldn't say I have completed one but I am working on my fourth one right now and am refining the process. By the 20th I hope to be a bad ass Japanese foil ball maker -and in a lot of ways this is easier than poetry. Smooth, heavy and many sided.
My nose is doing great, the piercing, I love it. My rim was cracked but they refunded me the price of a new tire and labour so I guess it worked out about even or way in my favour. Just have to track down a rim.