That sound you just heard was me, whooshing by to give a quick update on the remodel before I shut down the computer and pick up crowbar. The siding and insulation to the exterior walls of the kitchen and laundry rooms are now gone. So are the windows. We've had over a week of glorious weather, with more glorious weather predicted, so now seemed a good time to start the demolition. As Murphy's Law and Mother Nature would have it, we had unexpected (and unpredicted!) rain last night. Isn't that the way it always is! No big. We'll be grateful for the cooler weather and make sure the plastic over the windows keeps the rain out. Onward and upward!
The demolition of the exterior walls of the kitchen and laundry room has been postponed, but I've been busy anyway, drawing up design after design for the revamp of both rooms. I've been meeting with the kitchen cabinet designer at Lowes, and he's put my designs into computer renderings, giving me a 3-D view of my concepts. After many iterations, I've settled on a final design for the kitchen, and it's one I'm so excited about. I get my breakfast nook and my island. I'm very excited!
So today we gear up for the Big Push. The carpenter is going to live in the basement in order to put in more hours on this project, and to save money on his long commute to and from my house. So the project moves forward, and beginning today, it goes into high gear.
I'm retired from freelance editing and living the good life. I love not working for a living! I live on a small farm in rural western Washington State where I reside with my dogs, cats, and horses. I have a warped sense of humor and I'm joyously silly most of the time.