Today was my day to visit and help the folks.
Rebath is re-doing their bath.
One of my sisters, Linda, Judy or I
try to be there
in case there are questions.
My niece helps too.
We run interference with Dad.
We do projects and give Mom a break.
Dad has Alzheimer's
and he has done really great
with all the upheaval.
It is driving Mom a bit batty.
She hates a mess.
They told us it would take 9 days.
then they said 4 days...
but we knew the guy had originally said 9
and drywall usually takes 3 days .
We were good with 9.
There was drywalling to be done,
plumbing, electrical etc.
New shower stall and new toilet.
New vanity and lights.
New floor and painting.
We do this kind of stuff
but it is farming season.
There is no time for our men to do it.
So re-bath was hired.
And then they sent their
Seriously, you need to stake him
to see him move.
He started the day before Penelope was born.
He took Labor Day and Tuesday off this week.
It has been 13 days.
He may finish on Monday.
He may finish...
I have officially renamed them
I told my niece, Ellen
who knew when they told us their time frame
they were speaking in dog years terminology.
Seriously, I want to gripe
but we want him to finish un-mad.
We are saving our complaints until the end.
He is doing the work well.
Although, he has taken so long painting,
I am certain he is using a nail polish brush.
We have learned the hard way
to talk to him very little.
He will stop working and jaw way too long.
The man cannot work and talk.
The product they use is quality
and the bath is looking nice.
It will be great when it is finished.
I'll show pictures when it is done...