told me how I was actually supposed to be doing it). It does, however, require the use of several small hand tools like hammers, nails, marking pencils, tape measures, pry bars and tin snips (yes, tin snips for siding--special siding scissors for $20+? No thank you!). As you can imagine, that's a lot to fumble around with.
After Jack returned from his two year mission in Mexico, he took a job working in concrete. That tool belt has been through years of hard labor already but it doesn't look like it'll be worn out anytime soon.
They are a little bit glamorous too--made me feel like a hula dancer when I strapped that tool belt on and sashayed around the yard. I also saw online that the come in a variety of colors, including hot pink for those women who prefer a more feminine hue.