So...all of this stuff has happened recently.
I made Michael install a fan.
I can't sleep without air circulation.
We enjoyed a fabulous weekend at a friend's lake house. Thank you, Sean!
We hosted visitors (Michael's parents) and promptly put them to work.
We had some fun too.
But mostly we just made them work.
We hosted more visitors. We didn't make this group work though. They were already exhausted from their cross country trip including song-playing and movie-making. (Really, I'll do more on this later but it will require a loooong post to explain the peculiarities of this story).
Pep made fast friends with the band/movie crew. He'll sleep with anyone willing to be lazy with him though.
Drywall went up on the stove wall. This wall wasn't particularly difficult.
The bay window walls were a bit more difficult, requiring the building of mini-walls.
Michael installed canister lights.
Aren't they pretty?
We attended a birthday party for two of our friends that entailed me sewing a Medieval dress for myself and a tunic for Michael. It was a lot of fun!
The bay window turned out quite well, especially now that I've accepted that the walls will never be truly level in this house. Sigh.
And we started to work on slapping drywall on the sink wall. This was truly the most difficult part of the project so far.
Frieda developed some separation anxiety. She sits with her head up on the back of the couch and watched and wimpers every morning as Michael drives away.
And we've acquired a mud dog.
And the sad thing is that this won't even be considered catching up since I can't currently locate my camera cord therefore, all new photos are off-limits.
Photos to come include finished kitchen drywall, mudding and skim coating of all the walls in the kitchen (I'm so excited at how good it is looking), and pulling up the laminate floors (plural!) that have been laid on top of the lovely hardwood in the kitchen.