Glazed Pecan is the color that she is applying in the image, should you be curious.
I do not mind the painting so much as I do the intolerable prep work of moving furniture, laying drop cloths, and washing walls. Still, with a rather heavy workload this summer, I am reluctant to plunge into any home improvements much beyond chores like changing the empty toilet paper roll.
My wife, conversely, is the kind of go-getter who eagerly plunges into home improvement projects and maintains her enthusiasm through about 95 percent of the job. Somewhere right before the end of a given project she often starts looking ahead to the next fun task, and consequently we have more than a few just-about--but-not-quite-done projects in the house, like the last sections of molding missing in the kitchen or the couple pieces of quarter-round that still need to be replaced in some flooring projects.
Yet I love her all the same, since if it were up to me, no home improvement projects would reach a stage beyond the imagined. In fact, I find her works-in-progress style of home improvements to be endearing, at least after the dust settles.
But in the meantime I grumble and resign myself to following her muse on such matters.