The house was finally clean and I snagged this photo! But it lasted for about six hours before we had to unload the attic to make room for the electrical replacement and it filled up again...*sigh*. I guess all good things must come to an end, right?
Finding an article from **1940** in our attic has been one of the highlights of this process! What an awesome piece of history that’s been preserved (barely!) and was hidden in a crawl space up there along with restricted U.S. Air Force maps, and a Popular Mechanics issue from 1942. I cant wait until our attic is finished so we can frame some of these items for display. [more 📷 to come!]
Kitchen before and after! What a difference removing walls makes...we are not completely finished with this space, but it’s fun to see the progress from when we first moved in until now. I LOVE the open space, and the exposed chimney!
When caulking a joint and tooling it with your finger, it’s easy to get your hands covered in that sticky stuff. One way to avoid that is to spray your finger with soapy water first. It keeps the caulk from sticking...so simple, and saves lots of cleanup!