THE BATHROOM IS FINISHED!!! Rug down, shower curtain back up, light hung up, new mirror and everything! It’s dreamy and lovely and perfect. It’s tough to get a good picture, so maybe I’ll do a video later… [Adam and I went for a short walk yesterday evening.
Homeowner Lesson #888: There are lots of different kinds of lightbulbs and the correct ones make all the difference [I may or may not have spent 5 minutes looking at lightbulbs trying to find the ones Adam said we needed. However, it was totally worth it.]
Awarded 1 Aunt Bonus Point: Two Neighborhood Stroller Walks [Had an adventure in babysitting with my man Chase. It was cray because I’ve never babysat before… I guess I’m just getting some practice in? My younger brother-in-law and his wife have just moved back into town so I’m going to have the opportunity to spend time with my nephew as he grows up! All very exciting and kinda terrifying! Hooray for family?]
LI apologize for not being consistent with my posting this week. Adam and I have been working hard on having a regular life AND finish the bathroom. So, today’s DD is basically that I haven’t fallen asleep before posting this. Tomorrow is another day and another opportunity to make an effort towards my goals. [Splurged on our new light fixture and couldn’t be more pleased with the investment! More bathroom progress photos to come later.]
Bathroom Project Two: In Progress- Day Two
[Adam and I have been kicking around the idea of painting the bathroom since we moved in. And in typical Cook fashion the project is taking a bit longer than anticipated. However, the investment into our space is so exciting!]
I’ve found that regular adult life is full of lessons, usually pretty large and/or important lessons. However, if one is willing to learn, there are also a great many small and almost meaningless lessons to learn. Current example: how to frame artwork gifted to me from Europe. Sounds so trite, but I had to goggle that baby and learn me some paper size knowledge! The long and short of this DD is that I’ve got to keep learning and have fun doing it. [Adam and I went and bought chocolate a few weeks ago. He still can’t stop talking about it.]