The Only Thing More Exciting Than a Honey Bucket…

12 Oct

is getting the Honey Bucket taken away! Just a couple of months ago we were blogging that we were excited to see the “Blue Box” dropped off because it meant we were really getting started. Its imminent departure could only mean that we’re almost done!

As I type, the plumbers are in the house, busily installing toilets, sinks, the hot water heater and utility sink. It will be so nice to have the bathrooms in working order now that it is getting dark earlier and, well, COLD!

Inside: plumbers busily finishing up their work!

We were delightfully surprised to see that our hot water heater is one of the new, super-cool and high-tech Heat Pump Hot Water Heater. Who knew we were so fancy?! We’re just learning about it but it looks to be a good money-saver and good for the environment.

Our kitchen counter was installed yesterday. It looks great. Can’t wait to see the dark floors and bright white tile backsplash go in. Things are getting a little too beige in that kitchen. But still… THAT KITCHEN!!!

The kitchen is ALMOST done.

Tomorrow is the final electric installation and Friday is flooring. So close!

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4 Responses to “The Only Thing More Exciting Than a Honey Bucket…”

  1. Rebecca Rockefeller, Rock Farmer October 12, 2011 at 8:08 pm #

    Very exciting! And the part of the outside that we see on our way to school looks beautiful – Great paint colors!

    • emilysaraob October 12, 2011 at 8:56 pm #

      Thank you, Rebecca! Speaking of getting to school… since we are commuting from Poulsbo right now, we know we are on time if we get stuck behind the school bus at your stop. We’ve actually made a game of it now;)

      • Rebecca Rockefeller, Rock Farmer October 12, 2011 at 9:02 pm #

        I’ll start looking for you so I can wave “Good morning!” And if you’re ever early, the boys can join our stop and ride the bus to school…

  2. emilysaraob October 12, 2011 at 9:50 pm #

    What a fabulous idea! One of the great disappointments of Calder’s young life is that we are walking distance from the school and he doesn’t get to ride the bus. It’s always a treat to visit friends on the bus.

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