Once the house is a bit more together, life will go back a bit more to normal. It’s a gorgeous brick building, dating from somewhere between the late ’40s to mid ’60s (we haven’t, uh, quite gotten an accurate answer about that yet…) with hardwood floors, gorgeous wood trim, and a whole lot of wallpaper. And check out that original kitchen contact paper! I was a bit sad that I had to rip it out, but it was time for it to go.
I’ve been trying to remember to get properly dressed when I can manage it, and to curl my hair sometimes and generally try to still be myself and not just a person Entirely Covered In Dust. Once the house is clean I should be able to resume my usual manner of dress, but until then I’m making do.
If anyone’s interested, I might do a little bit of a room-by-room tour of some of the main spaces once the house is assembled…. we’ll see! But now, I have to go work on the yard and the basement.