The weather is making this remodelling project a real test of patience. We had snow flurries all yesterday and temps around 3C. Washing up dishes outside on the patio is older than old now, and there’s not an ounce of humour remaining in it or me. And if that wasn’t enough to test a person, we’ve suddenly discovered that the gas hob is missing. That means that the kitchen fitters can’t mark out the precise slot measurements for the guy who cuts the granite, which alters the timing for the glasscutter, and so on … so if all this gets knocked back time-wise because of that, I’m going to be growling and howling a lot. I’ve nearly reached my threshold of endurance. Perhaps I’m just having a bad day.
The good news is living room is finished … well, except for a few little things that need fixing, but the walls and ceiling are painted and drying. Paul-the-Painter also gave the fireplace surround a new lick of white paint to match the window frames. I love the new colour of the walls; warming and toasty. A lovely shade of deep, warm beige.
Nevertheless, here are a few more photos taken yesterday.
So, until next time … stay warm and stay happy – for my sake, because I’m struggling with that right now.