Monday, September 22, 2008
you wanted even more pictures, Jamie, you got s'more pictures
I suppose there's nothing else new to report. Except that the skanky neighbors across the street have indeed vacated their hovel. And left five cats. The next door neighbor let me know that two of them died (likely of hunger) the other day and two are at this moment in a cage trap (with food and water) on the porch so the Humane Society can pick them up tomorrow; that last white one I haven't seen in a couple days but it had been hanging out in our backyard. That neighbor has only been saying they're going to move for the last three years. One strange note, I took a tour of the house earlier today and discovered it's a two bedroom, neither of which is all that big; the larger at the front of the house was the woman's room, and the smaller is eight feet by nine feet. The next door neighbor's comment was, "...and her son and daughters all stayed in that room." But equally as sick and twisted as that concept was the floor and wall tiles in the bathroom (click for more detail):
You're seeing right: there are three different vinyl floor tiles in use in a stupid arrangement, and you have to think that the mirror tiles and ceramic mosaic tiles on the wall were done that way originally (including the bad choice of not having the tiles under the spout gridded in the same rows as the rest); bonus note, the linoleum wall strip with the knee-hole was also used for sliding doors on the space under the sink. But enough of this blog entry. You may see my new flooring next episode!
You & Paige did a terrific job!!!
I like the cool light fixtures and tile work.
It was good to have that 9-20 deadline pushing you to work like mad to get stuff done.
You should both be proud!!
That hitonious bathroom is perplexing.
I enlarged all the photos by clicking on them, and the bathroom one really scared me.
Thanks for the compliments! We are proud, and will be much moreso once we get this thing totally done.
Also, who needs to go to KCLS monday or tuesday? Why?