If anyone had asked me what I thought I’d do when I got back to Tassie, I’m pretty sure my response would not have included the statement:
“Hmmm … I think after I get home and have a shower, I’ll drive down to Mitre 10 and check out the in-cupboard rubbish bins, then jump back in the car and drive to Spotlight and buy some new curtains, and heck while I’m in town I might pop out to Bunnings and buy some extra cupboard doors, handles and hinges … “
Which is my way of saying that my new kitchen and lounge didn’t quite get finished while I was away, but that’s the only bad news.
Here’s the good news. This is what at it used to look like …
Yes, there’s still lots to be done like the splash-back tiling, cupboard doors to be attached, floors to be finished, the stove needs to be fully installed, stools replaced, and there’s also a few hiccups like my thermostat is broken and the oven element wasn’t working (only discovered when we were cooking dinner), but on balance… I gotta say that I’m impressed with what’s been done.
Now the only question’s are … how much did it cost and when will it get finished.