... for two days now. I totally understimated the amount of work even after having the kitchen installed by a joiner. The joiner was here for three days, but this time he did not do everything I told him to do or the way I wanted it, so I had to work on these things for another day. I'm not the perfect joiner, my skill are little, but I absolutely know how it must look like when it is done and I don't stop working until I get this result.
So both, kitchen and dining/living room of my daughter are only about half done now although I have been working the entire weekend on the rooms. I started early in the mornings and did not make any break until late evening, went to bed and went on with my work early in the next morning. So don't wonder that you heard absolutely nothing from me. I was lost in space and time - err, in kitchen and living room...
Here are some pics of the progress of my work. I just took them a few minutes ago. Now I call it a day. Good night!
Kitchen in progress: New built in furniture instead of white ones formerly, but old table and chairs newly painted (llighter blue instead of the darker formerly); still a lot of stuff to move into the cabinets.
Living room, dining area: the chairs still without seats (they are at the upholsterer), the walls without any picture and still a lot of stuff that has to be dumped and hauled downstairs (left corner, foreground).
Living room, working space: looks pretty good already, but pictures are missing and the clock (middle) must be attached to the wall.
Living room, where once a settee will be: All the stuff on the window sill has to be hauled upstairs (attic) and this is very, very much stuff. The table with the bucket has to be dumped and all the tools on it have to be stored in the garage downstairs. The settee is still missing, it is getting upholstered and I don't know when I get it back.