The addition and remodel project on our home is going well. It should be completed in December or January. The roof of the addition is going on now. The wall separating the addition and the rooms to be remodeled will be demolished on Wednesday or Thursday. That’s when life is going to get even more “interesting.” The room that has been my large home office is being reconfigured and the beautiful fireplace in our living room in the center of our living room will be demolished to make room for a new hallway to join the old with the new. All of the furniture and other stuff in the office and nearly everything in the living room is being moved into our dining room and garage, making the former unusable for anything else and the latter half-full of boxes the contents of which we’re likely to need several times in the next three to four months It’s like being in a perpetual state of moving. Trying to find anything is becoming a challenging treasure hunt. As I work from home, I’ve already needed to move my office into three separate rooms (the most recent being the dining room). Now that I’m losing the dining room space, I’m not sure where I’ll be working from soon. Perhaps the roof. ;-D!
If it sounds like I’m complaining, I’m not. I’m actually grateful to be able to finally be able to give this gift to my Beloved. She’s waited many years for this remodel and addition to our tiny home. I am also grateful that since two bedrooms, our kitchen, and a bathroom will not be touched during the this project (other than installing double-pane windows in them), we’ll be able to continue living and working in our home during the entire project. I consider that to be a great blessing (financially and otherwise.) We’re going with the flow and (mostly) enjoying this great adventure.
It’s time I go back to work moving more furniture.