Friday, August 27, 2010

Careful...

that first step's a b*tch!


The bad news is, i can't get downstairs to do the laundry.  Unless i want to balance the unwieldy, overflowing basket of clothes on my head while i attempt to climb down the ladder.  And while i am sure that would be amusing to attempt, and possibly result in injury, i am looking at this as an opportunity to wear the clothes i like second best. 
The good news is that the basement is beginning to have the bones of an actual room!  Yay!  More pictures to come, i promise.  You know, once i can get downstairs.

12 comments:

xinex said...

Good luck on the project!...Christine

Kara said...

hahaha, so funny!! Good luck!

Green Gracie Home said...

excuses, excuses! Stopping back by from GGH...thank you for leaving me the sweet comment about my nailhead window treatments. I love your "about me" statement :)

Sue said...

Oh, baby!

Be careful, lol!

S
xo

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Design Love said...

That vision doesn't seem to come with a good ending! Broken limbs possible....Good luck with the reno, so fun and exciting!!!

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Lindy said...

Wow -- that's a project. Good luck with getting it done before you're out of something to wear.

Crazy Garden Lady said...

I get it now.....steps before truck, makes perfect sense!

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

How exciting!!! Just throw the dirty clothes down there and make your workers wash them!!!

Christy B said...

Ok, that just makes me D I Z Z Y~~but don't ya love the smell of fresh cut lumber?!! I do, I do, I doooo.

Jeralee said...

LOL. Bummer that the laundry facilities are downstairs. You may have to rig up a rope and pulley system, as I hear the broken necks are not the fashion at this present time. ;-) Too bad they can't make disposable clothes like they make paper plates etc... LOL

This will be a fun project to follow!