Saturday, December 06, 2008

Day 4

I came back from shopping in Exeter yesterday to find that we have most of a ceiling! When you go in the bathroom now, which is just above, it doesn't bounce anymore and the floorboards don't creak. The beams underneath have been strengthened so that now there is no likelihood of the bath making an appearance in the living room.

See you back here later today for the big draw! Pin It


Pipany said...

So excited and will be gutted not to win (trying for the symapthy vote here!!!!) xx

Trac said...

I have no shame. I'm not going for the sympathy vote, I am trying for all out cheating!!! ;O)

Perhaps you could write my name on a huge piece of paper in Lizzy's favourite colour? Make my name huge, not just 'Trac'

'Lady Euro-Trac of Shooters Hill, formerly of Harrow on the Hill, even though she is not that keen on hills and would prefer to be Lady Euro-Trac of somewhere warm and sunny in southern Spain really'

is actually my real name!

Good luck everyone!
(just not as good as mine obviously!?)


Gigibird said...

I am glad all this work which I am sure is costing and eye watering sum has removed your anxiety when you are lying in your bath relaxing and not worrying about crushing a child or two!!

Anonymous said...

wow you have been busy!!!! looks like it's coming on great!!! how exciting, i love seeing the bare skeleton of your house and creating it back up from there. fantastic!


Kris said...

I am really enjoying watching your reno! It sounds like great stuff is happening - especially when you consider the work being done to keep the bath out of the living room!!!

Anonymous said...

wow, fast work! does your builder want a working holiday in colorado? lol

well, i am sending mum back to you today :( it's been so nice having her here. we plan to hopefully have her come out again in march/april and then i will come back with her for a couple of weeks. it's going to be a LONG 4 months.

- saff xxxxx

Redwoodhouse said...

I encourage my Mr. to look at the speed of your renovations but he is strangly reluctant, nothing to do with the cracks in our sitting room ceiling I don't suppose. We have been watching them creep across the ceiling for 10 years no bath above though!!!