Mackenzie is a new member of my blog team. I’m a lover of all things DIY and I’m hoping that she will help me learn to do this awesome job of organizing my home.
That’s not all! I also have a new board for Mackenzie that has my top ten tips as a new DIYer. I’m sure you’re all tired of seeing these, but here we go.
The top ten tips for new DIYers are all quite specific, so I’m not going to list them all here. If you’ve ever played the game, I doubt you can tell the difference.
What is the difference between a “Top Ten” and “Top Ten Tips”? Well, one is a list, and the other is a list of ten tips. The difference is that, in the first case, the tips are more specific and targeted towards people that are new to DIY and the top ten list is all general tips (so you don’t even know what to do if you ever get stuck like that).
We have the Top Ten Tips for DIYers list at the top of the page, and the Top Ten List at the bottom. The difference between the 2 is that the Top Ten List is the more general list while the Top Ten Tips are targeted towards people who have some experience in DIY. We know that people who have some experience can take care of most home improvements themselves so we thought we would include a list for them, too.
First up is, “DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLIMB UP THE WALL!” This is for a couple of reasons. The first, and probably the most important reason, is that you are not going to be able to get back down since the building is unstable. It has been designed to collapse in a big way if you do hit a bump or a hole in the wall, which is exactly what happened to Mackenzie.
You may be thinking that this is a problem that will never happen, but you would be mistaken. The house we have is not very tall. It is also fairly stable, or at least stable enough that if you hit a bump, you will be able to roll on the ground and get back up.
We also tested the house’s stability by shooting it with a grenade, which caused it to burst into flames and collapse and kill the three people inside. There is a good chance that you will not be able to get the house up by yourself, but with some help.
Some people have been trying to get the house up themselves, but with no success. The problem is that the house is actually built on a foundation of rocks that are stacked into a dome with a height of about thirty feet. The foundation is made up of two vertical layers of rocks that are stacked on top of each other. What’s more, the whole thing is covered in dirt. The only way to get the house up is by using a large rock that is placed on top of the dirt.