There's something you should know about me. I absolutely dread doing home improvement projects. The scope of the task in question doesn't make any difference. Even something as simple as hanging up a picture frame fills me with trepidation and angst. It's not that I'm lazy, or unwilling to do the work. One major problem is that these simple jobs never, ever turn out quite so simple as I'd hoped. Before I discovered toggle bolts, I mangled several spots in our walls. But then I became enlightened in the ways of properly hanging objects on plaster and lath walls. So I proceeded with confidence to the next project, now equipped with the correct tools. But the hole I drilled wasn't big enough to insert the folded wings, so I had to keep widening it. And since I didn't have a large enough drill bit, and didn't want to spend another hour going to the hardware store, this involved wiggling the drill around in a circular motion and hoping for the best.