Woke up this morning to rain on the roof . . . and all other parts out there in the great out-of-doors.
Not that we don't need the rain, because we really, really do, but we also needed a dry weather day in order to finish the cutting, gluing and construction of the kitchen counter top. The same counter top that will hold my new kitchen sink which will then be hooked up to water lines and give me, once again and hallelujah, water in the kitchen.
My ever-optimistic husband tells me not to fret, the rain will stop and we'll be able to proceed as planned.
Hope he knows of what he speaks. Stay tuned.
The train to Looneyville is picking up speed.
2 hours ago