Frankly, our house has gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to our resources UNLESS it is absolutely a critical repair (like the roof, well, furnace, windows - oh yes, they were critical...). And, perhaps this one is actually no different than the others, since we were beginning to wonder if one of us would step through a hole in the kitchen floor.
I can see it now. "Hey, where'd Tammy go?"
"I'm down here Rob."
"What are you doing in the basement? I thought you were getting a glass out of the kitchen.... and why is it that I can actually see you and talk to you when I'm up here and you're down there?"
Of course, it's an old farmhouse that was built well before 1900 and there have been adaptations made (both good and bad) over the years. There are issues. And, no project is going to be as simple as you wanted it to be. Therefore, our kitchen has disappeared.
The good news is that we now have a floor that we will NOT step through. The other good news? We're migrating parts of the kitchen to other locations so that we can make use of them both during AND after the transition.
|Found: the kitchen sink|
|Ok, the location isn't beautiful..|
|Not a bad sink in its own way|
|Oh look! The upper kitchen cabinets!|