I spent Wednesday deep cleaning! It felt good. I sanitized everywhere.
And wouldn't you know it, Thursday morning.... Hayden was sick. It passed as quickly as it came. It wasn't too vicious this bug. Jeff & I have both had some variation of headache, aches, fatigue, so I'm sure we had a variety of it too.
Logan & Olivia headed back to class Friday. I called in sick to work Thursday night (not knowing what the day-night would bring) & kept Hayden home with me since he technically had not been well for 24 hours. They were all quite over-tired tonight, & their appetites have yet to fully return, but I think they are on the up-swing.
Meanwhile, our project home keeps plugging along. I have a few things that have to get done for all the stars to align & everything to work out like sunshine & rainbows before November rolls around. Otherwise I wouldn't be working so hard. But I've got a deadline. You'll understand when it happens.
My master bedroom/bathroom project that I started in spring is almost done. I've gone through 2 different comforter/quilts, stolen curtains from another room, & had my doubts about how my vision would turn out, but its finally looking like I hoped. Almost there.
And because I can't seem to stick to one project at a time, we are also plugging along in the basement. This is something my wildest dreams had wanted done by this past spring before tornado season... now my dream is to have it done by next tornado season. We got crazy & used our paint sprayer to paint 1/2 of the unfinished ceiling, inspired by none other than Pinterest. And now 1/3 of the concrete floor is painted (then I ran out of paint). Its amazing what a little sweat & paint can do. This one won't be done for a while, so don't expect any grand reveal super soon. Just a little sneak peek of the ceilings.
We've got so much
What the ceilings looked like before:
Ok THIS is a more realistic version of during. This project is not for the faint of heart. Its a mess, mess, mess!
Before the project began Jeff talked a lot about "when we actually drywall the ceiling." Once it was done he said "if we do decide to leave it like this forever." I love it when projects I rope him into despite his doubts, turn out well. And I love that though he doubts me, he keeps his mouth shut & does it anyways. Thats love.