Thursday, March 15, 2007

CONFUSED



This isn't a great picture in any way, shape or form, but it shows how confused our lives are right now.
Yes, for the time being we have our refrigerator in our livingroom along with a multitude of boxes and left over furniture which will not go to our new home. Oh yes, there is also the new sink which will go back into the kitchen when the new countertop comes on Monday. Two weeks without running water in the kitchen has been difficult for me. the kitchen will be so nice when all is done and back in order.
At least there is progress.
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24 comments:

Faye Pekas said...

hehe. It looks confusing to me too. Love the fridge in the living room :) But think how nice it will be when its all finished and you can sit back and see how much you've done. We need to see the "after" photo too.

Piika said...

well soon everything will be okay.. something to look forward to!

Mike said...

Keep the end goal in mind. Someday you will look back and laugh about this picture.

I have heard kitchen remodels are "always fun". You will make it.

annulla said...

Progress is always a good thing. Just take a breath and remember, this too shall pass.

AphotoAday said...

Oh, I can imagine the inconvenience -- but you're going to get top-dollar when you sell... Those nicely finished wood floors should close the sale... (Throw in some extra fog for a sales incentive)

bluemountainmama said...

are you moving nearby? or to a new town?

we'll be doing the same soon, probably.....as we are just renting and have started to look at real estate.

Dsole said...

at least there is progress, you're right
Try to focus in the postive things, This will be easier then!

Olivier said...

toujours dans les travaux, cela pertube toujours un peu. mais dans ton desordre est bien mieux ranger que mon rangement ;o)
Bon Weekend


always in work, that pertube always a little. but in your disorder is well better to arrange than my arrangement; O) Good Weekend

Andrew said...

Just keep looking forward to what the end product will be.

goatman said...

A new home! Joy Joy
And pretty hardwood floors to reflect.
Water is overrated? I wish.
I love your photos, keep it coming.

Moi said...

despite all the confusion it looks mucho organized to me...i mean its still so neatly arranged ..:)
am sure it will soon be time to enjoy the new home..we just moved into a new apt..our first home together after marriage ....and we r loving it so much that we refuse to go out sometimes even for the necessary grocery-shopping!!! :)

Anna said...

I don't envy you now....

:) Have a good weekend!

Still said...

Nice installation. :-) I'm sure that will be better after the weekend!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Well I think you and I and the rest of us do what we have to do until things work out. I like your photo and the shine on the floors.

Also, thanks for stopping at my blog. I appreciate your comments.

Beverly said...

Well, at least you don't have to go far for a snack! I know you'll be thrilled to be done.

Salty Dawg said...

It is always nice to photo-document projects and then look back at the photos later. This shot reminds me of moving, which I hope to NEVER do again!

Thanks for continuing comment on my blog even when you are sooo busy!

Annie said...

Oh that reminds me of all the topsy-turvy feelings I've had when I've been in the process of re-doing my home, or in the process of moving house. Those were trying times. I'd send you some comfort if only I knew how.

Kate said...

Ah, yes! The topsy turvy nature of remodelling kitchens and baths or redoing hardwood floors. We had an upright piano in our kitchen during one of these sessions. Love the refrigerator photo!

Pat said...

Yes, I can see your reason for the confusion! But I'm sure it won't be long.

Look forward to your "new life"!!


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ruth said...

Nice hardwood floors! You still have a very nice neat place, even in the mayhem.

John Roberts said...

Wow! I don't think you west coast decorating would go over too big where I live. LOL!

Kala said...

I can only imagine the temporary chaos before the reward at the end of the tunnel - best wished on the transformation

Libbys Blog said...

Its horrible when everything is so upside down.

Thiên said...

Of course I totally know how you are feeling. I wonder why construction and remodeling have to be so painful? Good luck on the work left to be done!