Sunday, May 18, 2008

Hail to the Chief

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We would like to reiterate the sentiments expressed here. We had a great time on Shabbat as well. May the parents, grandparents and entire family continue to enjoy much nachat from the bar mitzvah boy and all his siblings.

We now return you to our regularly scheduled renovations:
The kablan put up the bathroom light fixture above the mirror and ran two more wires.

If you look carefully, you can see the Chief of Photography's arm and shirt reflected in the mirror.
The stair guy (actually, he's just the metal guy or the masger, for the Hebraically-oriented among you) attached the brackets to the stairs:
And then put the steps down just to get a feel for how it will look:
Note that neither the metal nor the steps themselves are painted/stained/varnished/shellacked yet. Also, the railing is not up yet.
Finally, they began closing up the side of the attic. Note the scaffolding:
Here, the roof guy is working on the cement boards:
That's it for now. Please continue to watch this space for further updates as they become available. Your visits and comments are important to us.
See ya soon...


  1. the steps look sharp

  2. Sharp as in "cool" or sharp as in "someone will get hurt on it"?

    If it's the latter and you're referring to the wood, then we're not sure what you mean. But if it's the latter and you're referring to the metal, then the masger is supposed to come tomorrow and finish it.

  3. i was thinking of the former, of course not the latter.
    But now that i think of it, perhaps the latter was the wood or perhaps the latter was the metal.

    I will have to sort all this later when I am in better form

  4. Huh? Now WE are confused...


  5. see who soon?!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Hey, YAT.
    Thanks for commenting!

    We hope you weren't insulted by our saying, "See ya soon". Not only did we not mean to upset you, but we would really love to see you [and the rest of our readers as well!] again soon - both here on the blog and in person.


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