It probably goes without saying, but our household is always a bee hive of activity. No matter the time of day (or night) there is something going on. Now, throw in moving Ryan’s entire operation to the lower-level and it’s organized chaos. Our home is in complete disarray. My mom would not hesitate to say my house looks like a cyclone hit it. Sadly, she would be correct. It’s a mess. A pig’s sty, to use my dad’s terminology.
It’s starting to come together. Really, it is. We must work around contractors all day who are putting the finishing touches on the space. Most notably, they had to re-tile the entire shower floor (i.e., wasn’t draining properly). This is now in its third day, but I believe the border tiles and grout are going in this morning. This should complete the job. Hopefully we can get Ryan showering again tomorrow night.
Besides general organizing, I have so many side projects that need done. I need to wire and mount the camera, televisions, and doorbell (Which reminds me, if you rang our doorbell and nobody came it’s because we cannot hear the chime in our basement… at all). I’d like to knock-out the kitchenette as a high priority project.
We’re also dealing with Ryan’s bed being partly functionally damaged as a result of the move. The movers did a poor job of relocating it. Fortunately, it is under warranty and will be repaired for free. That is, if Hill-Rom (bed manufacturer) will ever get to our house. It should have been resolved Friday, but the technician never called me within the 24 hour promised timeframe. So, I kept calling. Then, guess what? Their closed on weekends! Ugh!
These are just issues that crop up during a renovation and need to be dealt with. Nothing that is a show stopper.
We love the new space. It’s better than we ever imagined.