Confirming simple wiring task

Redid a small wiring chore at a cabin last weekend, and have been thinking about the way I did it, wondering if a real electrician would have done it differently (besides in 1/10 the time).
Have a 14/2 running to a double box in a wall. Installed two single pole switches in the box as follows. Not sure if Line and Load are the correct terms when talking switches, but you get my drift:
Black off hot line in was ponytailed to two jumpers, one each to Line on switches. Load off switches to black on 14/2 leading to two ceiling lights. Neutral off hot line in was tied to neutrals in the 14/2's leading to the lights. Ground off hot line in tied to grounds in the 14/2's leading to the lights.
Is there an alternate way to treat the neutrals in this case?
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You did it fine. The only other way would be to run a 14/3 from the switches to one light,and a 14/2 from the first light to the second. The neutrals are always tied together as you did

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On 4/8/2008 3:59 PM Mamba spake thus:

I second the emotion of the post above this one. You done good.
By the way, your subject line is a complete misnomer: there ain't no such thing as a "simple wiring task".
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