Sunday, 7 August 2016

This Week

This week has been a paradox as it's gone both slowly and fast. I've dedicated most of my time to the house or running errands for the house such as getting paint. Otherwise it's been a  mundane week. 

Everything started off at full steam and things have seemed to grounded to a halt. The shoddily installed ensuite bathroom was stripped on Tuesday morning,  I had the kitchen designer come out,  and the sledgehammer blow after hearing the quote for the bathroom. This week is the first time in my life where I've felt like a proper adult with a mortgage and now responsible for a house. Also, an unexpected point was the boiler, so now the boiler needs replacing now. I'm still awaiting the kitchen quote. I booked the date for the bathroom installation.  So on Wednesday, I had a break from everything as it got too much. 

At least on the brighter side this week, I found Wilkinson's (for non-UK readers it's general house good store) do their own cheap magnolia paint five litres for £10, and whiter than white for £6. It's saving me some money, and the paint makes a very good undercoat. On Friday, I visited B&Q (a hardware superstore). I stocked up on more Rustoleum gloss black liquorice  paint as it was on sale for two for £24, and I got some beautiful wallpaper for £2,  Which made me revise the bedroom design, after, consulting the Boyfriend and receiving  his apathetic blessing I can wallpaper our bedroom. Unfortunately, B&Q sold out of  the wall paper, but I've  found a couple of places have stocked this on the internet. 



I turn 28 this month and  not feeling too bothered about it. While chatting with the boyfriend, on a night we decided to go to Whitby for a night or two and visit his Mam in Barnard Castle, which won't blow the bank. I looking forward to it to the break. I'll be posting about the Whitby Trip.  


Taken in Feb 2013


4 comments:

  1. I turned 29 this year, not a big deal! Wow, house stuff sounds intense! That wallpaper!

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    1. Actually, it's not too bad because me and the partner aren't living there so, at we least we can walk away from it. So,I'm now looking at the jobs I can get done and rooms I can finish . I don't anything installed until we get the new boiler.

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  2. Have a lovely birthday and enjoy Whitby :)

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