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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Exterior/ Interior/ Ulterior

So come on outside with me to the patio where we're cutting away and repairing the fire and water damaged
original stucco on this 83 year old work in progress.
Feel free to make a plastic wrap joke if you wish.
Ahhh, Great Stuff. That fabulous temporary leak stopper that sprays out of a straw and makes your house look like it has an infection. Fortunately, all that overflow cuts off with a utility knife.
She looks delighted to be cramming all of our stuff into two rooms, doesn't she? First the dining room went into the Florida room, and then the Florida room and living room went into the fire room. And then the dining room and kitchen AND laundry room went into the living room.
Confused? Me too. No wonder I can't find my computer! I'm not 100% sure where this cat is. 

Or the litter scoop.


Heather{Our Life In a Click} said...

Oh my goodness!! Repeat after me.."it's all going to be worth it, it's all going to be worth it." There now..deep cleansing breath! :)


Life in Rehab said...

*Laughs* That was good!

Michael @ Sylvan Run Wines said...

Plastic Wrap joke, huh? I think I'll refrain so you won't consider sprayfoaming me in..... what did he say???? TWENTY DAYS!!!!!!!!

Yeah that's right.... twenty days til we get to drink togethert and forget both our lives for a couple hours LOL

Anonymous said...

Wow, Sunny! That looks like a lot of work! But I can't wait to see the photos when you get it all fixed up and put back together proper!

Unknown said...

I know how you feel. We had to cram all the furniture from the office, studio, basement and guest bedroom into the living room and 1 bedroom while we had new carpet installed. And then the kitchen and dining room was moved to the living room for the kitchen remodel. For a few months. Deep breaths, Heather is right - it will be worth it!


Life in Rehab said...


Unknown said...

Wow! I have just taken a little tour around your blog. What an undertaking but I know it is going to be absolutely fabulous when you are done. I have always wanted to be able to remodel an older home. So cool but lots of work I am sure.