This past weekend was busy and productive. The bathroom remodel is still underway. The lighting was finished up by my son. We put a light (waterproof) in the shower ceiling, this definitely brightens things up. The second coat of paint has been applied. Now, my husband has has to install the vanity and toilet and that should be it. He is finishing it up a little bit each day after work. I have been finishing up my mom’s room and now am working on my dad’s room. We are ordering a recliner (just like the one he has at his house) this week. If and when they do come out to stay with us, we want the transition to be a smooth as possible.
Spring is definitely here and the weather is beautiful. Most of the weekend was spent outdoors cleaning up the yard and pulling weeds. My grandson was visiting with us Saturday and stayed the night. I tell ya, when he is here, not much gets done at all. After he went home Sunday afternoon, I was able to get back in the Spring Cleaning groove and tidy up the garage which is now home to my eBay business. I have come to the conclusion that it is just about impossible to “tidy up” other people’s junk. And I say “junk” in a good way. That “junk” can be quite profitable and helps me to support my family. But, there is just no good way to make it all look neat. At least I know where everything is!
I hope your week is wonderfully productive too!
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