They’ve fallen and broken.
They’ve gone down and gotten themselves back up.
And now they’re back in the same position.
That’s how it felt when I got a call from my mother last summer asking me to move in with her.
It was an incredible shock, and I was desperate to get out of my old home and settle down.
But I didn’t want to give up on my stairs.
And after months of searching, I found a new one.
A wooden staircase in the middle of a quiet residential street, it has a distinctive wooden base, and has the look of a staircase that is almost too familiar to the way I used to use it when I was younger.
It’s not easy to find, but you can walk down and find it.
But while I’ve found a place for myself in the neighbourhood, I’ve also discovered that it’s not for everyone.
If you’re a fan of stairs, you might want to check out our latest DIY tutorial on how to make a wooden staircase.
And if you want to keep the stairs, then this DIY tutorial will help you do just that.
I’ll share what I did, and how I made it work, but also how you can use it yourself.