I’ve been waiting until everything was pretty and new to post photos. I’ve been waiting some time now. As I was enjoying the sunset next to my trash pile, I realized that garbage never gets it’s due. There are always fantastic before and after photos but rarely do we get to see the gritty before the after photos. That thought inspired me to take some unappealing shots of our surroundings.
So I would like to take a moment to thank every rusty nail, all the peeling paint, the salvaged insulation, the bulging cork boards, the well used chalk boards, the urinals, the excessive amount of toilets, the mighty concrete block, the plywood, the radiators, the florescent lights, the obscene amount of corrugated paper, the seven artificial Christmas trees with broken stands, the musty books, and all the other building material that has served it’s time here at South Marysburgh Central. I salute each and every one of you for your sacrifice and I hope you enjoy your new life as garbage. We have tried hard to reuse those of you that we can but not every one can have a new life. Old windows will one day become greenhouses, paper trays are now shoe racks, and the library cart is our dinner cart. We will use all the bookcases that were left, we love the piano, giant gym mats, and adjustable kindergarten tables that the school board left.
When it is all sorted, I will have many photos to share. At the moment it is messy, and disorganized. Here are the hard working piles of the past and present.