I have all sorts of things going through my head about this. Accusations of the movie theater owner being carist. Talk of getting the ACLU involved. Thoughts of taking my big ol' van to Atlanta to scare up some friends and stage a park-in, blocking the lot with our big vehicles that don't fit under the bars. All sorts of funny things.
However, I can't concentrate long enough to put it all into anything intelligible.
So, if anyone has anything funny to say about the photo, or has any insight as to why in the world a parking LOT would have these things, please let me know.
I can't concentrate because...
today I signed, sealed, and paid for my kitchen to be ripped out on Monday.
Today is Wednesday.
And we have our home soccer tournament this weekend. Which entails at least 12 games, with a possibility of 16. And don't forget the 20 volunteer hours we have to work in order to avoid the fees imposed on parental slackers who don't work the tournament.
And my mother-in-law is coming for the weekend to watch the games.
And I must hit the grocery store to prepare for the weekend of eating healthy meals out of our van.
And I need to plan and prepare for the two months without a stove, oven, or sink.
And pack up my entire kitchen into a somewhat organized fashion.
But I'm not complaining. I do like watching soccer games. I'm excited for the changes to the kitchen.
Just getting a bit nervous.
Have a lovely day!
That long without a kitchen! You're a brave woman!ReplyDelete
Not brave. Desperate. The kitchen is literally falling in on top of me and leaking around my feet.Delete
I want to pity you but all I can think is that I wish someone would come and rip my kitchen out, too. And replace it with something stunning, of course. Before and after photos, please!ReplyDelete
No pity wanted:) I will be counting the days until I can give you after photos, believe you me.Delete
WOW, I would do great without a kitchen for about a week because I love to eat out. Then I would probably go insane.ReplyDelete
I am also a fan of eating out, but not when it entails taking six ravenous children with me. I'm thinking I'm going to go insane regardless of where or what we eat.Delete
Ummm ... good luck with that! ;)ReplyDelete
Though I don't own a "I survived" t-shirt, I did survive a complete kitchen remodel. While the work might take longer than anticipated--I hate to say that, but it was true in my experience--it is worth it in the end. Just think of it as camping, but with flush toilets and comfortable beds!ReplyDelete
I think builders should give "I survived" shirts out to every single customer at the completion of every job. I was told it would take about 6 weeks. I'm just saying it will be done by Christmas. Saying and praying. Shall I just call this our "Great Camping Adventure?"Delete
Oh fun! Keep your eye on the prize. :) Can't wait to see after pictures!!ReplyDelete
Good luck with all the games. What is it about tournament weekends that always bring out the coldest of weather? Lol! We signed up for a different tournament this time--next weekend. I hope it will be warmer! :)
I'm really envious that you get to get a new kitchen, even if it does mean relocating your kitchen ffor a couple of months. I've had to relocate my laundry room into the living room TWICE. NOthing like a washing machine in the middle of the room to generate exciting conversation! Lucky you to get a new kitchen! I have no storage space in mine so it's quite a mess.ReplyDelete
A washing machine may be awkward, but it is crazy convenient!Delete
Our kitchen has gone way beyond gross and unworkable. So many leaks, so many holes, so much ugly wallpaper. And there is no mudroom, so all farm grossness gets dragged directly into my kitchen. Part of the renovation is to bust through the back wall into the old smokehouse to give me a mudroom. Sweet mama, I cannot wait.