No. That wasn’t a typo. I meant to type trowel instead of towel. For those of you who aren’t masons: trow·el /ˈtrou(ə)l/ – noun 1. a small handheld tool with a flat, pointed blade, used to apply and spread mortar or plaster.
And for those not familiar with the term, “towel”: towel /tow-(ə)l – noun
1. a cloth implement used to wipe the smirk from your face when using a trowel becomes hilarious.
So…as it applies to my most recent activities regarding the dismantling of one wall, while hoping to build another, I have to say, I am getting more use out of the towel than the trowel.
In short, I have had a wonderful bit of fun breaking down the walls to peak behind the subculture of humanity that hides behind.