Monday, December 10, 2012

Tis the Season to Tear Apart the House

Kitchen:  November 18th

Kitchen:  December 9th


Me:  December 10th
The contractors are here to put the new stuff in.
Which is great.
Because I worked my ass off.
And, apparently, misplaced my skin.

29 comments:

  1. I would have voted for the original kitchen and two weeks in Paris.

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    1. Don't think that wasn't discussed. I was happy with the original kitchen, but.....
      The NEW one will look good, but....

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  2. You appear to missing some muscle tissue as well, you gormless lad.

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    1. I did.
      The water was cold.
      Deep, too.
      Yeah.
      As if.

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  4. Well I'm sure the new kitchen will be worth it.

    Hopefully.

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    1. I sure hope so.
      I'm really scared at the unearthly racket coming from downstairs, though.
      Good news: I can read/comment on blogs.
      Bad news: That unearthly racket.

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  5. I think this might be a case of improper use of adhesive... you should consult Red Green immediately.

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  6. Sorry to hear about your skin loss Al, hopefully you get that sorted out sometime soon haha. Glad to hear it's going so good Al in a way at least. Hopefully it gets all finished soon.

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    1. I hear they have a cream for it. So I think I'll be okay.

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  7. I hear they have a pill for that now a days, but it causes bone rot, at least you'll get your skin back, right?

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    1. But, if my bone rots off, what's the point of having skin?

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  8. Haha! I hate to think where it might be.

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    1. I don't know, but something smells behind the downstairs closet door....

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  9. Why are you getting ready to run the 60-yard dash on a table? Anyway, I like the new kitchen. The minimalist style gives you plenty of room for giant pizzas.

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    1. I can't stand up.
      Hmmmm.....pizza........

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  10. You gave them the easy job. Tearing it all out is the worst part.

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    1. The best thing about the installation is you get to create something new. The worst part is that you have to make you sure you don't really F things up. But, ripping everything out (especially the tile) succcckkkkkkkkeeeeddddd.

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  11. You've worked yourself to the bone!

    Pearl

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    1. There are parts of me that hurt that I didn't even know existed.

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  12. OMGah, I KNOW! We put together my son's bed from Walmart (as you know/read) and I afterwards I felt like I was ready for the nursing home. Or at least some Percocet.
    So I can imagine how you feel, dear Penwasser.

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  13. I never regretted when my kitchen was redone, but my mom painted the old one (even cabinets) with crappy green paint and the cheap vinyl flooring was becoming nasty.

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  14. I am impressed. Did you tear out the whole thing yourself?

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  15. So that's what you'd look like without skin!

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  16. This is a very useful article for the readers, especially for me

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  17. Thank goodness for no new plumbing and electric. At least I hope....

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