We are this close to having the kitchen done and I will be able to do the big reveal. The countertops are in the backsplash is laid and we are just waiting for the grout to be done tomorrow. Hopefully I will be able to publish photos tomorrow. I can't believe we are finally done with it. We still have the windows to be replaced, we will get another estimate Friday and make a decision about who we will go with. I think that's about all we can fit in this summer.
It is hard to believe we will be leaving for Arizona in about nine weeks, seems like we just got home. We don't usually leave this early but we have work scheduled in Red Bay again on the 23rd of October. And since we stopped in Red Bay this spring to have work done it made for a short summer.
I have to admit I am not ready to go. Having to go off of the Nsaids put a real dent in the enjoyment of my summer. There was so much I planned on doing with my sisters, but I just didn't feel up to it. I have to make the most of these last weeks I have. We are going to see Help Sunday, me and my sisters. I am looking so forward to it. I loved the book and so did my sister Louise. It will be a fun thing for us.
We haven't spent near enough time together this summer. We had the shower and that's it, I think we only had one brother and sister breakfast this summer, I have really dropped the ball. I know and they know if I don't plan it, it doesn't happen and I have just not been up to it this summer. I have to get my act together and plan as much as I can for the weeks I have left.
I almost forgot, I got an email from a magazine in Louisiana that want's to use one of my pictures of a restaurant in their monthly issue. I am very excited about that and will share it with you when it is published. Stay tuned for the big reveal tomorrow.....
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain