Wednesday, January 1, 2014


As I mentioned earlier, my husband has begun the process of building us a pantry.  The wall he will build it against has a few pipes sticking out, which were originally intended for washer hookups.  Since there were also washer hookups in the garage, we have never used them, and would like to cap them off (and maybe reroute a couple for the possibility of a future dishwasher).

Throughout this project, he has made full use of YouTube, looking up tutorials on various aspects of the job.  It has been a great tool for him, and makes the research so much faster and easier.  Not that everything you find on there is exactly the way it should be done, but it’s a great start, and gives you an inkling of what you’re dealing with.  (I always recommend a look-over of your plans by an actual person who knows what they’re doing, if possible.)

I am thankful for YouTube, that it has made our Pantry Project more easily doable, especially with the time frame we’re looking at before school starts.  I can’t wait until it’s finished and for God’s blessing of kitchen (and other) storage in our home!  

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