Slice of Life with a Late Start

Day 2 of March #SOLC

I’ve put in a lot of living and memories for March already, but sadly I forgot to slice about any of it yesterday. My brother and sister-in-law came to help us as we painted our living room and removed two stubborn air conditioner units out of windows. After they left we continued painting, almost finishing.

Later my sister stopped by with some delicious chicken enchiladas for a well-earned meal. We went shopping for a few housing needs. Then fell into a deep sleep.

This morning we got up and finished one more coat of paint on two walls before the Heating and Air Conditioning workers descended! They are still here putting in H-vac units (I have no idea what that means, but it’s what everyone calls them!)

March is going to be a housing improvement month, and it has started off with a bang. I’m motivated to continue the much-needed work!

Here are a few pictures from my last two days…

The new unit in our bedroom.
There was a big A/C unit in the window on the left. I’m glad it’s gone!
My breakfast situated on the only blank spot on the table.
A future sky light, but for now it’s been capped where the dinosaur evaporative cooler was removed this morning.

The living room was all paneling like the room on the right, but we brightened it up.

I got scared for them and stopped filming. However, they flung it up there like nothing.

Though I’m planning a lot of home improvement type work in March, I am also thrilled to be writing again with this community!

11 thoughts on “Slice of Life with a Late Start

  1. Sounds like you have your plate full with home renovations. But the community effort is refreshing and hopefully energizing. Good luck with fitting in slicing time, too.

    1. Thanks, Margaret! Yes, living near family has been refreshing and energizing. We are getting so much more done knowing we have their support. Looking forward to making time to write.

  2. Denise, I am so glad that you started to make your home so cozy. I do like the white-painted room. It does brighten up the area as will the skylight. Enjoy your new surroundings.

  3. So, I am guessing I missed your move. Hope all is well in the chaos! Sounds like you are surrounded by love. Great to catch up with you here.

  4. Hello, Denise!! Great to read you again! I have missed you. I look forward to connecting with you more this month.

  5. Denise, so good to see you. It’s okay to be fashionably late! I’m excited to tag along during your restoration. Have fun and post lots of photos.

  6. Denise, Bob was/is? an HVAC guy. I got you – Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. There you go! Enjoy March’s improvements!

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