|He still can't believe he was 'got'|
|Cutting of the cake|
|Opening some gifts|
I am still under the weather and have been back and forth to doctors for testing and antibiotics. After a steady 3 weeks of rain and cold today the sun is trying to poke through and for that I'm thankful. Maybe it will perk me up and provide me some energy.
Rick tackled a big job over the last couple of weeks removing the carpet in the living area of the motorhome..he had that place torn apart. But what a lovely job he did of the flooring. It may not be a big area but it sure was a big job, and a lot of intricate cutting and fitting. Although our cupboards are a light maple they are all different shades and we opted to go dark with the flooring versus trying to match the maple variation. The dark wood picks up the small brown squares in the ceramic. I am so glad to see the end of that beige carpet. Great job hon! You are not only handsome but handy as well.
Sure looks like a professional job to me..and I'm a good inspector. It will be so nice to finally be able to take that little green machine out from under the storage and leave it home! I'm glad we opted for the dark walnut dream flooring.
Three weeks ago I was having a good day, and we decided it was time to wash the outside of the house. I think that is what started this round of unwellness (is that a word) for me. I think I inhaled too much of the javex while scrubbing the siding. I will know better next time to wear a mask! But it turned out great. We still have a small area left to do..but what a big job that was to tackle. Back front and sides.
We have new tenants moving in the first of July, and they seem like a nice 'normal' family. Just what I've been searching for. Wow there are some 'crackers' out there let me tell you!
|This is our home, we live on the right side and rent out the left side|
|A shot of the tenant side driveway|
|A shot from down in the backyard looking up|
|A partial shot of our back yard-nice to see everything greening up|
This property (2.5 acres in town limits) is the reason we are not ready to sell our home. We love it and it backs onto the petitcodiac river. Rick has his little apple/pear orchard down back, and although it takes over 5 hours of mowing on a ride on, we still enjoy mowing and working the flower beds.
We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Donna and Ralph and their friends with their motorhomes. They should be arriving around June 25th. I'm sure we will all have a wonderful visit. We certainly have space to park them up for as long as they want, and can provide hookups.
Ossumer is back up in our front driveway, he was down back close to the garage for renovations-so now I can go out and clean and organize and load up for the season. Then we will be ready to hit the road. We haven't been anywhere since our return from down south at the end of April.
This is a costly month for sure..mh insurance is due, inspection is due on both mh and car-registrations are due for both mh and car..wowser it seems to all hit at once. The car goes to the dealer today, and the mh to Canada Bread on Wednesday for inspection. I'm sure both will pass the grade.
I should have whispered that!! Hope I didn't jinx us.
Have a wonderful week folks..and may the sun shine upon you all..stay safe out there and remember
"Home is where you park it"