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Monday, December 12, 2016

Another Project In The Books

Counter tops are finished—and they are beautiful!  I finished applying sealant to the grout lines this morning and was then able to rearrange the kitchen—it’s been a rough few days of cooking with stuff scattered all over the kitchen/dining area!

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Sunday night we gathered at Kathy and Joe’s for supper—it was warm enough to sit outside but once the sun goes down the temps drop drastically and everyone rapidly decides to go home! 

There’s been a lot of talk on the North Ranch Yahoo Group about the pros and cons of gates versus security cameras after the theft of the Polaris RZR.  We say gate—if they can’t get in they can’t steal something.  Cameras may see something but the odds of catching that person are slim it seems!

Today was our first yoga session—all but one person were regulars from last year—it was a good day.

The cowboy finishes one project and doesn’t wait long to start another—the steps at the back entry way were poorly made—short in both depth and length.  So that’s next on his agenda—he started that porject this afternoon.

The post office was super busy this afternoon when I went to get the mail—lots of Christmas packages being shipped. 

DSC_4153Sunrise one morning last week. 

Life is good!

11 comments:

  1. Your kitchen is gorgeous! Leave it to you and your Cowboy to do beautiful things.

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  2. The counter is beautiful!! I don't believe I've seen one done with large tiles like that. Sure brightens up the kitchen. Lots of space for cooking your special lunch/dinners:)

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  3. Good looking countertops. Knew they would be.

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  4. I love the large tiles--- as a matter of fact i have one just like it to use as a cutting board on my counter -- just put those little plastic feet on a tile - easy peasy cutting board

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  5. I love the large tiles--- as a matter of fact i have one just like it to use as a cutting board on my counter -- just put those little plastic feet on a tile - easy peasy cutting board

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    1. Tile is super hard on your knives. Just my two cents worth Jenny. How have you been? Haven't seen any posts from you in a long time.

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  6. LOVELY KITCHEN......... very easy to live with, the cabinets and the tile ! Know you are going to enjoy the work space ..... keep having fun you two !!!

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  7. Nice looking countertop. Hopefully I can pick up a Christmas package today. They found the cheese and it might arrive today.

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  8. Absolutely beautiful!!! You are so lucky to have such a handy husband. Of course I know you helped. You are both so talented in many ways.

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  9. Love the light colors in your kitchen, it looks amazing. Glad your yoga class is happening again this year - and fun to have your "regulars" back :-) That sunrise was sure worth getting up for!!

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