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Having all the upstairs completely painted feels amazing. It almost feels a little weird to have started and done most of the painting, but let someone else finish, but I'll get over it. ;)
Cleaning, rehanging the doors, making the shower more presentable and hanging towel bars again are some of the last touches. For those very observant ones who are wondering about the hole in the wall where the built-in dresser used to be, don't worry. That will be made into a closet, but probably not for a week or so yet. Other than that, things are looking finished upstairs. Do you even remember what it used to look like?





The kitchen is all sheet-rocked and mudded and taped! So marvelous. Makes me very happy every time I walk in. I love the still-dreaming-and-planning, wide open feel of walls that are just studs, but soon these very new walls will be holding the most wonderful cabinets. And that, watching all your dreaming and scheming take shape in reality, is a good feeling too!





Downstairs -- including the brand new actual stairs! -- is coming right along too. We are working from top to bottom, in case you hadn't noticed, so it isn't as far along as the kitchen, but it will be soon.

With the crew working there every week, more updates will be coming all the time. So stay tuned!

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