Skip to main content
Yes, I am a terrible blogger... I have good intentions of getting things posted in a timely manner but...well, life is busy!

Just a quick re-cap, today is the first official day of summer break for my girls, so that makes me a momma of a freshman and a senior in high school. Super freaky! Summer is not as laid back as I would like, my sweet pumpkin has a job working at the local lazer tag place and noodle is busy with friends, summer gymnastics practice for high school, and looking for babysitting jobs. The month of May went by in a complete blur. I need to get pumpkin's senior pictures scheduled but her work is creating an issue. I can't  believe I have a senior in high school. I remember doing my senior pictures...wasn't it just a couple of years ago? WOW.

So, the kitchen. The room has actually been done for a while, I'm am just slow in sharing.

One of the things we did hire out ,is the granite. Here are some pictures:

After removing the old counter top, we found that the builder left several items (a.k.a. trash) behind the corner cabinet. LAZY

So excited, so excited, so excited!


I was so excited to have the old counter top out.  I totally did a happy dance while the installers were out getting the new granite.

woot woot woot!!!

Nooooooooooo...they broke it. Yes, I cried...after they left.


I was so dissapointed. They installed the broken slab, and my sink, faucet, and then I had to wait, until...The end of January, when they could come back and install a new (hopefully) unbroken slab. Boo

But then...


The new piece came. They installed it and didn't break this one.  I LOVE IT!

AND








When the shipping company called and said they couldn't bring my new island until a week later, my Superman drove the 3 hour round trip to pick it up and bring it home early.


Next up...tile decisions



And the winner is...the bottom right corner. White and tan tile mixed with tumbled ceramic tiles.

My Superman installed the backsplash all on his own. He did the cutting, the placing, grouting..the, whatever it takes to do a tile backsplash. He's not just handsome girls, he's handy too.

Here are some pictures of the finished project.


To my surprise Superman installed under cabinet lighting before putting the tile in.
Gosh, I sure do love that man.



What a fantastic journey. Thanks for letting me share.

Comments

This looks like a ton of work but looks like it paid off! Great blog!

http://abpetite.blogspot.com/2012/07/lasagna-cups.html

Favorite Posts

The Wild Women of my life

What happens when 16 women from different states, backgrounds, and generations come together in an amazing house for one long weekend?

One Wild Weekend! I think any woman would be excited to have a weekend away. From schedules, requirements, stress, and laundry:) I look forward to this week almost as much as I look forward to date night with my Superman. This annual trip for me came about when my friend Cindy told me I was going with her. This is Cindy and her loving husband Tim:

Isn't she just beautiful?
Since, this is my blog, and Cindy isn't here to dispute it, here is how I remember the story's beginning.
Cindy is my friend and was my girl scout co-leader. We met at an info meeting for scouts and I asked her to help me out with the troop. Because I am a bit of a control freak, I wanted a co-leader to be a fun lady who would have a blast with the girls, and do what I needed done. Which was basically show up and go on fun trips with us. Cindy is always a blast and she loves …

Kitchen re-do.....done?

So I really did have better intentions of blogging more this year, and well as you can see I have it's been a while...

I have been abundantly blessed in my job this year. The real estate market is gradually picking up and interest rates are still so incredibly low. It has been a blast helping people sell a current home and buy a new home. I wish I could put into words how excited I am when I see "that look" on my clients face when they walk into "their" house. It's like the desire to do cartwheels tempered with the prospect of making a offer that crosses their faces at the same time. It can almost make me giggle. Then comes my favorite part...the negotiation. I LOVE IT! So, if you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell please pass my name along.

I wanted to share a bit today about another question I get quite often...

What should I upgrade in my house? How much should I do?

I am always happy to come have a look to determine what needs done and how much t…