Friday, September 07, 2007

New windows

We had our leaded dining room windows changed yesterday to normal glass. I like the added light, but I think the other jury is still out on the overall effect. We have kept the old leaded panels so that we can get them renovated at some point in the future if we find an affordable option...



I also have some pictures from the swimming, but at the moment blogger won't allow me to post them. Now it is working!


  1. Anonymous1:49 pm

    I've suggested to aj that she does a course on "renovating leaded glass". You could then invite her to stey for the requisite period & solve the problem,merely for the cost of food & wine!
    Tell Ben that his Breakfast is of inordinate interest to many & must continue.
    I am babysitting.
    Thomas is fed & asleep at the moment - I am rdundant!
    He is the perfect baby.
    G home tonight.

  2. Anonymous10:10 pm

    leaded glass- suggest smear then in the joints with 'no more nails'. Suggest cover them all over with 'no more nails'. suggest do not stand too close to them when smeared or you and leaded panes will be inseparable.'no more nails', the universal panacea for all taxing household jobs: see wickespedia.

  3. Anonymous3:57 pm

    Is this comment from a registered master builder, or is it aj, in poetic mood?

  4. Anonymous8:11 pm

    Anything that was a universal diy panacea might be worthy of praise, but have never personally used no more nails,so cannot recommend it,although can think of lots of uses for it. Will purchase immediately. ajen If it sticks the curtain rail in dick,s room,the parquet etc.etc then it will be poetic to the point of truly amazing.