Dale and I are closing this chapter of our lives and look forward to the next chapter!
If you could see me when I first see a baby cucumber or baby tomatoes! I am in awe!
We are steadily moving along with the home office. I get excited when things go smoothly! The electrical boxes have been replaced, the future closet has been framed, all the insulation has been installed. The walls have been put up except the window wall, which we plan to plank. If everything goes well this coming
The not so fun part was pulling all the nails from the boards, but we both agree this was one of our favorite projects to do.
We thought we would be done in a month! It took us four months to complete!
We’ve had friends and family over for dinner and we literally gather around the kitchen island!
Chris kept the integrity of the chair by not covering the legs!
The Plan Install dishwasher Install garbage disposal. Replace and extend counter for a breakfast bar. Install new sink and faucet. Add wainscoting and trim to the outside of the island. Paint. Finally the last stages for the kitchen island! We chose a White Single Basin Acrylic drop in sink, 8 1/2 inches deep, deep
I was very reluctant about adding a breakfast bar. To my surprise it was nice!
The Plan Install dishwasher. Install garbage disposal. Replace and extend counter for a breakfast bar. Install new sink and faucet. Add wainscoting and trim to the outside of the island. Paint. Our home did not have a dishwasher or a garbage disposal. I had come to accept I would never have either. While starting our