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  1. You have inspired me to create a tree branch light and a globe light for my granddaughter. Thank you so much. Love this so much. Keep inspiring us. God bless you and your family.
    S

  2. I just love your site and so appreciate all that you share. I came in hopes that you might have an instructional on installing the “canless” pot lights, which in searchable terms are called “wafer lights”. Im confident that for $100, I could overhaul the lighting in at least 2 rooms of my mobile with this installation – my hesitation is about what seems to be the very basic wiring and the assoociated implications. Anyway, these lights are little miracles in and of themselves, and with the right instructional, the lives of many mobile homers could be more attractively lit! Any help you might be able to offer would be appreciated, and if nothing else, perhaps check out this idea for yourself. I think you will find it realistic for the DIY spirit of a mobile homer, very applicable, and perfectly practical. My thoughts are a 1-2 punch of a ceiling/lighting makeover in my bedroom…but there’s only one wired fixture in the middle of the room…what to do there? And in the living room, there’s no fixture for overhead lighting…what in the $#&@ do I do about that? Hopefully you can help or be inspired for future content. Thanks so much for all you do…so appreciated! Best to you and yours…

    1. Hi Adam,
      Thank you for the kind words, it’s always appreciated! To be honest, I am not comfortable giving advice on electrical stuff. I’m a plumber’s wife and we’re scared of electricity by nature…lol

      I did find this instructional video on Home Depot. Mobile homes are wired like site-built homes so the steps should be similar. I do know that you’ll want to place them on a truss so you won’t have to make too big a hole to install a cross bar – other than that I haven’t a clue.

      Hopefully, another reader will be able to help. Best of luck!