I have moved my daily online communications to the Fivecat Studio Facebook and Twitter stream. The blog format is a great place for more developed ideas and I will continue sharing commentary here at Living Well in Westchester on a monthly basis.
On the Fivecat Studio Facebook I share photos and comments on current and recently completed projects at Fivecat Studio. You’ll find information on projects not yet posted to Fivecat.com.
I post to Twitter most every weekday evening between 7:30 and 11:00 PM. I use Twitter to share links to new products and interesting tidbits from the many industry blogs I follow on a daily basis.
At Philipsburg Manor, lit by candle lanterns and bonfires, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow lives and the Headless Horseman still rides! During this wildly popular, classic Halloween event, the grounds transform into a haunted landscape visited by goblins and ghosts from Hudson Valley folklore. Wander through at your own pace while ghouls, witches, pirates, and apparitions come eerily to life.
Don’t miss the Brothers Whalen spooking at the very highest level during Legend Weekend Nights. Check ‘em out above. I would not want to meet them on a dark night.
So, the banks are still playing musical chairs, the stock market is welded to the Dragon Coaster (up 900, down 700… “good times”) and confidence in the economy has essentially evaporated worldwide. Most of us have not experienced such a time of economic chaos.
…but, I am an optimist. I stopped watching the tickers and turned off the news channels. My investment statements are going directly to the file cabinet, unopened. I look to the future.
I have faith. The banks (the 2 or 3 that remain) will find their seats, the markets will regain their strength (they always do) and confidence is a matter of a few good weeks of bull market. The economy will bounce back. The only question is, when? How long will it take?
I received a comment on one of my posts about painting AZEK trim and mouldings.
I keep hearing and reading that AZEK can be painted. No one i’ve found has mentioned anything about “priming” the boards before painting. Is this a requirement? or does the primer affect the bonding of the paint?
As a case study, we broke all the rules on our house. We painted our AZEK trim using Benjamin Moore latex. The dark color we selected has a very low LRV and we used no primer. Twelve month in, it’s still looking great.