Since here in Canada, we lost Monday to a holiday, Labour Day, left-over weekend chores and all of Monday's got diverted to today, Tuesday.
It was quite the marathon day, made all the more intense after half a bowl of steaming soup splashed onto my illuminated keyboard, the one I searched for, nay, coveted for months. I finally found a second-hand one and it's been wonderful. I hope that word, "been", isn't conclusive. Being used to taking keyboards apart, I was able to pry up keys and remove soup and tomato seeds, yes, tomato seeds, and the board was blow-dried and then left outside to further demoisture itself.
Fortunately, as a keyboard artist, there are no end of keyboards in the house/basement/garage and after trying three or four, I found a battered Dell that works.
Much of today's efforts took place in the garage/workshop as the day was perfect for using a heat gun and for sanding. Since most of the paint has been removed from the table and chairs I've been refinishing since the end of July, I was able to use the palm sander today. I did not sand any keyboards but I have used a heat gun with great success. Most of The Marilyn Suite have had some input with a heat gun.
I have five voodoo dolls made and created another this afternoon. I think the Styrofoam head is the correct size, don't you?