Boxes And Brushes

Another Sunday, another unboxing of a tool delivery. In this case, one which will prove every bit as useful for maintainence of my wheelchair as they will for farming jobs and whatever other adventures we may end up engaged in. Also, the paint brushes were out again as we made a start on another piece on canvas. Continue reading Boxes And Brushes

The Soup Spoon Farmer And Comeback Artist

Naturally, farming like almost everything else in life, has to be done slightly differently when operating out of a wheelchair. However, as can also be seen in today’s video, it shouldn’t – and in my case definitely doesn’t – mean that things can’t at least be given a try. AN SB PARTNERSHIP FILM VIDEOGRAPHY BY: SUSAN M. KIERNAN Continue reading The Soup Spoon Farmer And Comeback Artist

On The Nightshift…

Unfortunately, unlike the wonderful song by The Commodores, our attempts at the above title were far from an instant success. However, in having a closer look at the floodlight loosely referenced in yesterday’s video, we discover that a couple more of them could solve all our lighting problems in and outside the shed and around the yard for once and all. AN SB PARTNERSHIP FILM PRODUCTION & EDITING BY: SUSAN M. KIERNAN Continue reading On The Nightshift…

Tools, tools, tools

A jam-packed episode tonight. The options open to us from a work perspective have very much broadened with expansion of our arsenal of tools. As well as that, some of the latest acquisitions and some of what still has to be got will not only come in handy but are actually quite essential to the maintainence of my wheelchair. AN SB PARTNERSHIP FILM PRODUCTION & EDITING BY: SUSAN M. KIERNAN Continue reading Tools, tools, tools

It was eerily akin to being back at school

“Inspection” – It’s up there with words like “examination”, “assessment” and “interview” in terms of provoking trepidation. Think about it, even when it comes to sport, mention of inspections implies, when used in one way, that events may not go ahead. Use of the term at other times, however, leads to the suspicion that all may not be above board. Now read on… Continue reading “It was eerily akin to being back at school”