It’s that feeling you get as soon as that bar is locked over your lap, just before the roller coaster starts moving.
You feel it when they put that paper hat on your head just before surgery.
No turning back, mister. You’re COMMITTED.
As we were once we sunk a bit of cash into that double wide on Six Little Acres.
But committed we were and committed we are. THIS, our contractor said, is going to be awesome.
He really did say that. And I’m so excited now that we are getting the electrical done. Next is sheet rock, painting, flooring and the new kitchen.
And then we get to move all our stuff in.
Today we ordered the stove, fridge and all cabinetry for the kitchen.
Can I just say I have a LOT more fun shopping second hand than new? Well I do. It’s the whole repurposing thing that I love love love! But we had to buy all new cabinets for the kitchen and let me just say I did not enjoy that process. I will love the kitchen, no doubt- but- as Momma used to say,”I’ll bet a dollar to a donut” I’ll find a whole kitchen for sale at a thrift store just minutes after installing these. That white piece is a drawer sample. I’m FINALLY getting a white kitchen! The perk here are the Corian counter tops. I picked out the cheapest one and it looks like sand so that will go well with my industrial chic / vintage nautical decor.
That flooring sample there? Well, it MAY be the flooring that goes throughout the house. Not sure. Right now we bought enough for the bathrooms, just to see how we like it. We are going cheap on flooring and decide later if it really means so much to us to replace it.
People. I hope you never have to buy windows. Ever. We are THOUSANDS into the windows (22 of them) and all I can say is they better never, ever let anything pass through that isn’t sweet sunshine and fall color.
Storms? Lightening? Nope. I’m getting a refund. My house. My windows. My rules. Right?
Ok, so maybe I won’t get to change out windows when icky weather rears its ugly face BUT I can close the blinds, right? One must take power where one can get it.
Back to committing.
Today I bought the hardware for the barn doors that slide. Ohhhh. THAT was easy. The toughest part is waiting for them to be installed.
Will it hold mail? Yes. Is it about to fall over? If those storms I mentioned earlier decide to drop in, this thing will most certainly fly like the wind.
I’m gonna spiffy it up when I get to my Silhouette. Oh yes I am. More on that later.
So today we sit on the front porch at Six Little Acres, listening to the hammering and drilling that will make way for electrical wires. Next week it’s Sheetrock and paint. After that it’s flooring.
We are getting there.
Thanks for stopping by!
PS: if you’re curious what’s on my shirt, it’s the Isle of Man TT Race. There really is an Isle of Man. Google it! 🙂