Team 2


Thanks God two guys who worked here in the past and knew the place were free then. Cause according to the guy overseeing it… the ones before were good only for destroying the walls, not creating new ones…


They did most of the work downstairs. Before all was ready it took a horribly long time (too good conditions here and did not want to go away seems to be the reason).


So for close to 4 months, 6 days a week from 7am to 7pm it continued…


As works were in the autumn, winter in a cold house it was logical for me to give them the morning coffee (+something sweet to go with it) and then a warm lunch.  It gave me some peace as baking calms me (used to then).


It also meant that I would be up and running round from 4 am… Somebody had to clean it all, get the shopping, bake… Wouldn`t be a problem if I ever went to bed before 1am then…


The good thing it was probably the warmest autumn/ winter for decades and all the work could be done.


It was so wonderful to see the walls showing up. Of course that meant deciding where all the things would be.


It was a horrid thing to first stand in a place that was to be the bathroom and dediding where the lights would be installed so the electrician would know… All I could see was an empty space and could not see how it would look later.


It was a bit easier with the plubing side. I could imagine the toilet and sink, somehow thought it would not go with a bath. I thought there was not enough space. The bath would be too small and my dad would not like it. Besides there would not be much space to move…


I was calmed my the plumber and… I was really wrong, he was right. He does see thing like an interior designer so I trusted his opinion later with further works.


Thanks God had that problem just with this floor. Somehow later upstairs seemed easier for me and I saw it all. It could be because I consided upstairs my nest, always did.


Ever since I was a few years old I would say I will live here and this is going to be my bedroom. The reaction was…. but of course it wll…






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