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Tuesday, May 03, 2005

When Does It End?

Project, project, project.
There's always a project going on at the ol' homestead.

Every time I think, "OK, now we can relax and enjoy!" there's something else to do.
It's neverending.

The husband and I have just nearly (but not quite) completed our biggest home-improvement project to date: redoing the hardwood floors in the living room.
When that's done we're moving into the dining room and redoing the hardwood floor there, too.

    Other projects in the works:

  • Replanting the garden in the front of the house.
  • New grass for the back of the house.
  • Totally redoing the basement: floors, ceiling, walls, everything.
  • Reshingling the roof.
And I'm sure when (if) those are all completeted, there will be more to take their place.

I get exhausted just thinking about it.

We also have to get the house together for a party we're planning this summer.
We're thinking a 70's retro theme.
It's slated to be sometime in June, probably, which gives us plenty of time to prepare.
It'll be da bomb. yo.