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Phew

Let me tell you, spending a month working on a house is exasperating. We closed December 21st. I ad five more days of work and then I took 3 weeks off. We've done a lot. Not as much as I had hoped but one does come across unexpected events while renovating.

In some ways I'm horrified by how gross the previous owners were. There is so much cleaning and differed maintenance. The house is just drinking in the care. And the money. Yeesh.

I'm back to my normal work schedule. Sadly, my free days are still spent at the house. We have the kitchen floor to finish and the half bath on the main floor before we can move in. Hopefully, we will be done those things by next weekend and we can finish packing and start the moving process.

Of course, the side effect is that our current place needs to be cleaned up and we are going to try our hand at landlording.

But, I'll wander back to writing and maybe poking my head into Eve again now that my schedule is starting to return to sanity. 10-12 hours a day working on the house has left me feeling not quite as young as I once did.

Bonus update on Intuition. He was modeling the stairs I was staining (staining is done, now I have to repaint the white. I'll do the rails and banisters after we move.)


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