Ok. There is no secret. I am not a fan of Dry-wall. In fact, it is probably the least interesting job I have ever had to do. However, I am VERY grateful to have learned the skills from my father who is one of the most hardest working and is the most knowledgeable person on the planet.
Before I left for Europe, my father jokingly said.
"You know, they use Dry-wall in Germany."
All I could do was just shudder at the very thought of me, picking up a putty knife and fill-in a couple holes in the wall. And really, who would want to do such thing while vacationing?
Well, not even a week ago, my dear friend Betty decided to do a little renovating at her flat in Munich. The job required some painting and...gulp "filling in some holes in the wall".
I looked around her apartment and it was quite clear that her living-room needed some TLC; and that's when I noticed the 12 holes in the walls and ceiling.
Nevertheless, a smile rolled out from my face and I happily participated in the action.
After picking up some supplies from a hard-ware store Betty, Mishco and I began the reno.
Have a look! :o)