Sunday, August 5, 2007

Unfinished Projects

Recovering the Dining Room Chairs
Start date: January 2, 2007
Status: Four of six chairs covered.

Repairing a Hole in the Plaster in the Upstairs Hallway
Date the Plaster Began to Fall Down: some time in 2004
Start Date: March 1, 2007
Status: New piece of gypsum board installed. Not filled in,
sanded or painted.

Creating a Mudroom in the Basement
Start date: January 28, 2007
Status: Everything moved out of the room. No storage designed, purchased or installed.

Putting in a Michigan Native Plant Garden
Start date: May 5, 2007
Status: Killed the grass, dug up the yard, installed a path. Nothing planted.

Installing a Trellis around the Deck
Start date: May 5, 2007
Status: Acquired trellis. Not cut to fit or installed.


Saliel said...

Nice queue, working mother :)

I don't dare to the same, getting extra storage space in my site is not on the budget!


Elizabeth said...

Ha! We have been living in our house for ten years and our bedroom still doesn't have flooring. So many projects that we're saving for retirement...twenty years from now.

Marcie Klein said...

That's a riot. First laugh of the day which is pretty pathetic being that it is almost 10PM.

Flee said...

I tend to be the same way. If I start now I may finish the kitchen chairs we started five years ago or the Christmas tree skirt I purchased two years ago. I think I forget how much time my great ideas will need to finish or were I'll find that "free time!"

Marcie Klein said...

you left a comment on my blog about square foot gardneing and I wanted to address it but didn't know how to PM you. I put the answer on my blog link.

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