The trellis has been painted, the wall fountain rehung (and brought back to life with a new pump) and the jasmine has been rewoven into the new lattice.
Before the painters came Rick painstakingly cut the trellis away from the jasmine so the painters could paint behind the trellis. We didn't want to just hack out the jasmine and start over again so he cut the trellis into little bits and he carefully disengaged the jasmine and piled it up in the flower bed.
About 15 years ago Rick made me two gated archways in our backyard of our old house. One archway had a Sombruiel rose growing over it and the other one had a wisteria. I remarked to him how it was amazing that the rose and wistera perfectly wove themselves through the lattice. I could picture them growing during the night and sinuously weaving their way through the boards. He just laughed at me and informed me *he* was weaving them through the lattice.
He did the same thing with the jasmine when we first moved to this house and he just spent the morning redoing it on the new trellis. The jasmine is a little droopy looking but a few days of sunshine and watering and it will perk right back up again. It smells heavenly when you walk up to the front door.