Leaving my Mark

In  bygone days, when builders constructed or repaired buildings they would often leave a symbol on the property to indicate who had completed the work.

Today, I intended to spend a few hours repairing the loose stucco on one of our chimneys and then enjoy the rest of the beautiful sunny day. However, on closer inspection of the chimney I really had little choice but to strip off all the stucco and repair the whole stack above the roof line.  

Six hours later I was feeling fairly self-satisfied with a job well done, given this is not my profession, and so I thought I would add my own little symbol to my work.

I had made a few of these during my pottery with spare pieces of clay and really have no use for them, but now one sits fairly discreetly on our chimney.

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Egocentric behavior? Oh yes, but it appears ’twas ever thus, so why not? 🙂

~Richard

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