They’re still trying to figure out why our sink doesn’t drain, and it’s not clear where the responsibility lies. It will no doubt cost us more money even if they don’t manage to fix it. So much for going with high quality. It’s actually funny— well, maybe with a bit of mental effort. The kitchen and bathroom fixtures are more top-of-the-line than we would have chosen on our own, but we went along with the architect’s choice of providers because we figured they would be hassle-free. Yeah, sure.
We still don’t have our storm door on the west and some cold air is coming through the holes in the two glass doors on the east—where the door handles are supposed to be.
On the other hand, the heater and wood stove work fine and we have some temporary furniture in the living room–a card table and chairs, a cot for more sitting space. Plus the bathroom seems to work fine.
It looks a lot better than it did a year ago!
Clearly there have been more pluses than minuses up there this past year. What has your year been like?