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- more clean laundry
- open space in my hall linen closet
- a cushy, reorganized master bed (thanks to a new mattress pad and rolling out the new duvet cover and pillows)
- a nearly finished workbench (more on that later)
- and finally, thick, stubborn wallpaper.
I’m telling you, I will be lucky to get it all off by the week’s end. I was hoping to get a lot more done this week, but I’m deliberately telling myself that December will not be spent on holiday decorating, but on getting the dining room into shape. After moving all of the furniture out of the room, I’m attacking the window first (since in my experience, wallpaper peels more easily from these corners than any other). Once that’s done, it’s skim coat time. Thankfully, only the top half of the room is covered in wallpaper, leaving the largest wallpapered space (my kitchen) as the last room in the house with the dreaded paper to ever have to deal with in this house.
This post is just a quick update, since I am determined to get back at it to get the rest down before the end of the day. Hope you’re having a good one!
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