This is part of a private collection here in Atlanta. My father is also a collector of vintage cars and he gets the opportunity to tour other collections in the southeast. I tagged along and got to see some amazing cars. Truly they don’t make them like they used to.
I get asked these days “Jodi, where are you? Are you still on TV?”. And the answer is YES! You can find me every saturday morning on Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford! I joined Danny and his crew back in 2008 as the segment host of Best New Products. We highlight all the great new products that have hit the shelves or are going to make it the shelves of your local Home Depot very soon. So check your local listings to see what channel/time we make it into your home each week! You can see some of our past Best New Products segments in the video link in my menu bar…enjoy!
Off to a great start so far! Going to make it my New Year’s Resolution to use my Canon 60-D more in the coming year. So many times I get too busy and I don’t notice the things around me…in my neighborhood, community, the great state of Georgia, etc. So with camera in tow, I am setting out to take a shot at least once a month that I can feel good showing. I am not a professional photographer. Let’s just get that out front now. But I do love this medium. So here’s my January picture taken up on the Square in my town. A gift to my city from the City of Brotherly Love…
ROCKWELL has done it again! Take a look at the 3RILL! A three-in-one Cordless Drill, Screwdriver, Impact Driver! The 3rill is powered by a small, highly efficient 12V LithiumTech smart chip battery that charges quickly (up to 75% in 15 minutes and a full charge in only 30 minutes). It lasts much longer than most standard Ni-Cd battery-operated tools while providing an 18V-like 800 in.-lbs. of turbo torque to ensure that the toughest tasks can be completed easily. Plus, the LithiumTech battery doesn’t lose its charge for up to two years. Now THAT’S a power tool!!!
Recently I started a kitchen renovation in the Atlanta area. The old kitchen had two windows that needed to be removed to accommodate the new layout. One of the windows looked out onto a back porch that was closed in several years ago to create a sunroom…however, cabinets were now slated to go along that wall on the kitchen side. The homeowner sent me this photo. It is a great idea on what to do with the rough opening of the old window to add charm and functionality to the sunroom . Very easy to accomplish, too.