A project that will challenge all of my construction skills.
The kitchen drawer has finally failed.
The rear wall of the drawer has been falling off for some months. Since it first showed signs of weakness, I've tried repairing it using a variety of materials, including:
- Thick tough tape
- Some funky metal bonding stuff in a tube that you have to cut, massage until its soft (a bit like blu tack), and then work into the gap
All of this has, in the end, failed.
My other half pointed out her displeasure with the current state of affairs by putting things into the drawer, and the items promptly sliding out of the back of the drawer and falling into the cupboard below. I explained that if you:
a) Opened the drawer extremely slowly and carefully, and;
b) Didn't put anything in it
Then the drawer was fine, but apparently regardless of these perfectly reasonable facts it is time to go buy a new drawer, and fit it (gulp)
In other news, I've recorded tonight the first three episodes of my new web show. It's called Maneating and it'll be on my YouTube Channel... sometime. Not tonight because I have to do editing and do music, and all that kind of thing. So maybe tomorrow night.
Unless I play Card Hunter.
The other thing is, have you got your tickets to Platform 2013 yet? If not, this massive gaming expo is taking place on November 15th and 16th in Hull. There's speakers from Google and Microsoft, video game exhibitors, a PC showcase, cosplay, all kinds of cool stuff. I'm going down with my camera kit to hopefully do some filming.