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#16 toomanytoys84 OFFLINE  

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Posted September 22, 2013 - 07:11 PM

I didn't get much done. I had big big plans but my sister in law decided she wanted to spend the weekend with us. She is 11 so I spent the weekend with family. That's just as important.

I got the painting done, doors painted and the trim cut, dry fitted and its drying in the shop. Tomorrow that will be finished up and the closet organizer in. Next room is the little bathroom upstairs. Pulling it out real quick and covering the plumbing holes. That'll take an afternoon

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Posted October 13, 2013 - 12:02 PM

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I know I haven't updated this for a bit. So much going on I haven't had much time to work around the house.

Organizer is in and faux wood floor(stick on tile) now just a bit of trim to put down. Picture was taken before I put in the rest of the tile around the door frame.

Bathroom has been giving me fits
Leaks, and such. I think I am going to go directly to the bathroom and skip the laundry room. The bath room needs major attention.

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Posted October 13, 2013 - 03:08 PM

Somehow I missed this thread, but glad I finally found it.  My home was built by my Grandpa around 1925.  My Dad was raised here, then my brothers & sisters.  Now this house is Teresa's & my home.  Dad & I swapped homes 29 years ago.  These old homes sure have their quirks, and the work/repairs/remodeling never seem to stop.  But you get that with new homes too I guess.  At least new homes are usually squared off, and have crawl space under them!

  Keep the updates going please!


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Posted October 13, 2013 - 09:54 PM

Thanks for the kind words.

There are quirks but they are worth it.

My aunt built a new home in 2000ish its not bew anymore and needs work that I wouldnt expect to do for 30

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Posted October 14, 2013 - 05:52 AM

Good things take time , it's coming along great .   My son and I are working on a closet at his place and I want to show him the pictres of what you put in for shelf , looks like  it would work well for him


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