Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Progress!!

Progress is showing itself again in the kitchen! It's so exciting! Back in September, Adam put in the counter tops, which was huge. He had a few extra sheets of cement backer board for the back splash and they've been sitting in the hallway ever since. I came home from work last Thur. or Fri. to find Adam working on putting it up. It was rainy so he cute everything inside which covered everything in a layer of thick dust. But I can't complain when progress comes to visit.





I've become used to seeing through the wall so it's kind of weird now that it's not see through. I can still see everything except the dogs waiting at the door to go out so it's not a big deal. It will definitely do it's job (blocking the view to our sink (and dirty dishes)) from anyone who comes to the front door.

And one more thing...we're putting the back splash up tomorrow!!

6 comments:

Heather and Thomas Mann said...

whoo hoo! sorry i didn't respond to your last texts. i am a slacker :( I am glad your house is coming together in the way you want! it looks good!

Andrea said...

That looks very nice! I love your floor plan. It looks like your husband is doing a very good, meticulous job! My husband cuts inside too, alot. Sometimes he tries to do it outside, or in the garage. I really hate the mess of remodeling! While the husband works on it, the wife must practice patience! love,andrea

Serena said...

WOW! what a terrifically talented husband.

I'm happy when I come home and the house is still standing ;)

Tiff :o) said...

Thanks, Heather. It sure feels good to see something get finished.

Tiff :o) said...

Thanks you, Andrea. You should have seen it before. The kitchen was completely blocked from view before Adam got to work on it a few years ago. The house has really changed! Yes, the mess of remodeling drives me batty sometimes...but I can't say too much since I know it takes a long time when you're working on things in your spare time...and there's not much of that.

Tiff :o) said...

Yes, Serena, he is very talented. I'm very lucky! He does electrical, plumbing, sheet rock, tile, networking...really, there's nothing he can't do, or at least figure out as far as renovation goes. If he couldn't, then none of this would ever have happened.

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