Well, I've installed a new sink and faucets in Emily's kitchen, put a new gasket under her leaky toilet, crawled under her house and repaired a broken water line in the middle of winter, fixed numerous things on her car, grouted some tiles in the house, and then decided to strip her wallpaper and paint her bathroom. Now, I've painted a couple barns and some cinderblock walls; I had no idea how different interior painting was/is. The Godforsaken Bathroom: The wallpaper was peeling. I can fix that. Two layers and two weeks later I finally reached the original layer of wallpaper that was glued directly to the drywall. Can't remove that; I'll simply tape the trim and moulding, prime, texture, and paint. A lot of drywall compound later, it was time to paint. Did I mention I've only done exterior painting on farm buildings? Tonight, I just finished the second coat of gris, a fairly neutral gray paint, when I realized I had made a huge mistake. I used the tape to enable myself to be reckless with the primer, texture, and two coats of paint. In a vain attempt to remove the tape, I ended up peeling and ruffling the border/edge of paint. Fuck. Somebody, please make me feel less stupid.