- widen the doors
- replace the tub with a shower
- get those non-slip floor tiles
This is ending up being more complicated and time consuming than the hip/knee replacements many friends have signed up for. Nowadays people almost walk off the operating table, and many are home the next day. While body parts have become bionic, renovating the bathroom is for those who like to break things up and play in the dirt.
After Day #1, we still have water, though I wonder how long that will last. There's also a working toilet by the front door, and the kitchen is still business as usual.
Today's plan is to take apart the laundry room, so the "final" wash is in the machine as I write this.
B"H, thank Gd, a neighbor has invited us to stay by her, so I was there last night. It was so nice to be out of a building site. But as you can see, I returned bright and early to the computer. Today's cold brew coffee is waiting in the fridge.
More updates to come, Gd willing.
|bathroom laid bare, stripped of tiles, sink, etc|
|container parked across the street for the garbage|