Yoo-hoo. You can see more Before + Progress posts over this-a-way.
Parting ways with our previous contractor forced us to take a brief hiatus to interview new candidates, and I'm happy to report that we're well on our way back to Italian Meatloaf Night. Dragging out the days living on packaged food and Starbucks has been challenging, to say the least, but it was during this time that I realized the secret to surviving any kitchen renovation project.
It is called.
PAUSE FOR EFFECT
At first, Andrew was amazed that I'd go within two dozen feet of a product plugged by a cat wearing sunglasses and a pop star who frequents gas stations wearing nothing but a thong and a hot pink wig, but I think that the minute that I wrestled him to the ground for the crumbs at the bottom of the bag he fell in love with me all over again.
They're like little crack nuggets.
The bag and all accompanying napkins containing evidence in the form of orange residue will be destroyed within seven days or the completion of The Kitchen, whichever occurs first.
And this behavior is never to mentioned again.
See Part 8 here.
See Part 7 here.
See Part 6 here.
See Part 5 here.
See Part 4 here.
See Part 3 here.
See Part 2 here.
See Part 1 here.