I am just taking a short little intermission for about a week or 2 as we are in the midst of some alterations here and this is what we are currently living with . . . .
plus we closed in an old door that we rarely used . . . to give me room for a pantry . . .
|Can you believe someone asked me for a can of peaches out of here the other night???? I almost had a seizure!!!!|
|incidently the plaster was still WET! ! !|
He never down tools anytime and makes sure he reads through the plans thoroughly . .
|Just resting my eyelids for a wee minute as the sun was very bright ...& Mum has just finished picking all the dried plaster out of my fur . . .(cant understand why she was soooo huffy??)|
And so I HOPE to be back next time with some pictures of my new kitchen units after I have caught my breath, and the site supervisor has had a wee rest from all his hard work!!!!
Have a great week dear friends and hope you are all good out there and taking care.
Love Julie X X x x x :-)
(a short note - this post has been edited by the 4-legged site supervisor to explain more truthfully the extent of his job description )
wow that is a big job.ReplyDelete
it is the worst when the kitchen is out of commission and I don't even cook, lol
but when we redid our flooring it was off limits,
you don't realize how many times you go to the kitchen in a day until it is off limits.
can't wait to see the new one
Thank you Amy - yes I am tired of washing the dishes in our tiny handbasin in the bathroom one cup at a time ! ! ! My new units arrive tomorrow so am excited/nervous about all that. You are sooo right about not realising how much we use it til we cant anymore!! Have a great week - take care, Julie :-)ReplyDelete
Excited about seeing your new kitchen Julie. Please don't despair my dear, your site supervisor is doing his best to support you & smile through it all. Take care my lovely and try not to stress to much.ReplyDelete
Thank you Sandy - yes I agree about the site supervisor - he is SUCH a help (not too sure the workmen agree with me tho) - look forward to showing you the new units when they are in - we can have a coffee together. Hugs, Julie X x xDelete
Ah no indeed, nothing is as simple as it appears from the outset...ever! I see you have plenty of enamelware propping things up & keeping it all together in the spare room ; ) See you in a while...we will be expecting tea & date scones about then. Much love Catherine x0x0xReplyDelete
Hello Catherine, I am not too sure about the date scones - how about muffins perhaps??? My scone-making skills are not too good but I can do a very nice muffin! ! ! :-) Units have started going in and walls are all out of plumb etc etc . . . & so it goes on . . . .ReplyDelete
Have a lovely weekend - Luv Julie X x x
(p.s yes I do love my enamelware)