|You just walked through my front door.|
|View from the living room.|
Kitchen is there to the left.
|The 'zipper' They build these in|
so that someone can get into the area
when needed. Without this zipper, I
would not be able to access half
|A peek inside to see if E.T. is in there.|
|The walls are gone.|
|Ceiling is gone too.|
|View from the landing on the|
stairs. Below is the dining
room. Above you can see the
containment room upstairs. I
basically have a hole through
the middle of my house.
|Looking at the upstairs.|
Could E.T. be up there?!
|Upstairs containment room.|
I swear that glow looks like
E.T. Let's take a look.
|Nope. No E.T. Just the nook minus the ruined |
cabinetry with further demolition being done.
|This is what the nook cabinet|
looked like all over.
The water damage was pretty extensive, but I do have fabulous news. It did not damage the kitchen cabinets on the other side of the wall from the dining room. Just a little bit of drywall needs to be replaced. Phew! Huge sigh of relief! I was not wanting to have to gut half my kitchen.! It's bad enough.
I did get a chance to work on that little piece for the toilet table in the master bath. Here is a sneak peek. After all, I gotta give you something pretty to look at,...don't I?!!
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