Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Has this ever happened to you?

Have you, or has someone you love, ever wanted to leave your house through the front door, but instead you find yourself consistently using the back door, then the gate in the fence in the backyard to get around to the front of the house?

Have you ever wondered why people come over, but they never leave?

Have you ever realized that it's been four years since you've seen your front door and that you have four years' worth of mail in the mailbox that hangs by where you thought your front door used to be?

If any of these things have ever happened to you, it could be a sign that your front door blends in with the rest of the wall, making it impossible to tell the difference between the wall and the door.

Even with today's technology, finding a door next to a wall that is exactly the same as the door can be a challenge. And not being able to tell the difference between the wall and the door can leave you feeling trapped, and alone.

But, before you give up on finding your front door, and before you resign yourself to the life of a hermit, cut off from the world and from those who love you most (but who can't seem to help you find your door), there is a solution.

Make the door show itself to you with The Tyrant's simple and proven Paint Stuff Method.

With a ten dollar can of wood stain and a paint brush from Home Depot, you can set yourself free from the prison that your home has become ever since your front door disappeared.

Of course, the hardest part of the Method is still . . . finding the door to paint it.

But, if you can find a way out of your house to buy the products, then locate the door (often looking for the doorknob is a helpful way to determine which part is wall and which part is door), The Tyrant's Paint Stuff Method can work for you, too.

Take it from The Tyrant herself. She is not only the president of the Paint Stuff Method, she's also a client.


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