Ok, folks, I seriously hoped to be done with my sabbatical by the time this household renovations mini-series ended. It hasn’t quite worked out that way, but things are looking up. Hopefully only a few more weeks until I can come back to blogging like I used to. Hang in there with me. Please?
Teddy Rosalie supervises the construction
By now, you’re suffering nearly as much from reading these posts as I suffered while experiencing the events that inspired them. If you aren’t up to speed, read Part 1 (here) and Part II (here).
Day 8: The drywall/painting contractor came with 3 helpers so work could be done in all rooms at the same time. No bathroom, no kitchen for entire day. Otherwise, thank God, there were no unexpected events.
Day 9: Marathon drywalling & painting. Tearing up the rest of the bathroom floor and installing new subflooring and new vinyl sheeting – which meant the toilet had to be pulled and the vanity removed, and which also meant no one could walk on the floor for at least 24 hours — so no access to the bathroom for 24 hours (no peeing, no washing of hands or brushing of…
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I am undergoing a similar thing. I’m hating every single minute of it.
It will be worth the grief, Marilyn. I promise.
I much prefer sitting, instead of hanging…. either way, I shall wait patiently for your return!
LOL. I would ever leave you hanging! I may be back sooner than you think.
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