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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Zero

Julie was very helpful last weekend. My house has been missing the 0 from the house number from several months. During our cold winter, the epoxy holding the number to the brick finally gave out (after approximately 30 years) and the 0 fell off.


I retrieved the number, but have not gotten around to gluing it back on.

Julie got fed up with the lack of a 0, so she helped me out:


She cut a 0 out of white paper and used Scotch tape to attach it to my house. It's still there. If it lasts through the winter I will know how to permanently affix the legitimate 0 to the house!

1 comments:

Carina said...

You may have to upgrade to the gray stuff for the wooden number.