OK, Taylor graduates in 4 weeks.
I have company coming out to visit the weekend before.
I'm making progress, and running out of time.
I've been painting the exterior this week.
When we closed on the house.
I still have the bed on the right side of the door to finish.
That's on tomorrow's list.
Here's the front entry...
We kept the door that was there, dings and all.
There is now R-30 insulation in the attic.
There wasn't any insulation at all.
The damaged sill plate was repaired and new wood siding installed.
Custom made drip thingy.
Even the overhang on the back of the house was removed.
Previous owners moved a door from the laundry room to the kitchen.
The overhang was
b: totally useless
and finally, I couldn't run a straight line of rain gutters!
There are now appliances...Yay for cold water!
GE glass top stove
Whirlpool side by side
They're not that old, the owners were updating to Stainless.
Cabinet hardware's on.
That's what you get with cheap labor- me.
Don't mind the chips (2) on the stovetop.
For someone that can figure out how to do just about anything, this was just stupid.
Put your stove in the bed of the truck and don't tie it down because you figure it's pretty heavy and won't go anywhere.
Once you hit 70 MPH, it goes somewhere.
It almost flew out of the truck.
I'm sure the driver behind me almost had a stroke, I know I almost did.
It tipped over in the bed.
All I could envision was a broken oven window or cooktop.
Just 2 chips.
Please learn from my idiocy.