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Sunday, March 23, 2008


Just wanted to leave you all with some fun pics to show where the kitchen has been in the past 2 years...

Around this time two years ago, we'd not yet moved in, and the kitchen looked like:

Then we painted (I say "we" like i painted... Like I'm around to lift a paintbrush in this house):

"We" also restained the cabinets:

Got a new countertop (see previous post), and then last week tiled (yes, WE this time... I can tile, wire, and do general handiwork). So this is where we are now:

What do you think?

Oh and, in case you were wondering, the bunny died a slow painful death:

It seems that pastries are all that I can paint.



At 3/27/2008 12:34 AM, Blogger honeykbee's whiny, bitch-ass comment is...

Why 0 comments? I so commented on this before. And I swear there were other comments there the other day. Weird.



At 4/01/2008 1:53 AM, Blogger naechstehaltestelle's whiny, bitch-ass comment is...

It looks amazing! I almost can't believe the difference. It must have been a lot of hard work, though.


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