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I can’t say I’m proud of it. In fact, I can say that I’m really embarrassed about it, but I’m showing it to you anyway. This is what exists on the other side of the two walls I finished patching, priming, and painting in the master bathroom.
Why did I stop in the middle? Because the vanity and toilet need to be replaced before I can truly be done with patching the wall (it’s really difficult to find motivation to work myself behind an old toilet to repair an old wall – I’d rather remove the toilet, repair the wall, then install a new shiny toilet in its place).
And while I’m at it, I may as well wait for the other half of the same wall to be impacted by the replacement of the vanity (which is waiting in the garage until I can tile the floor). I think in my case the two birds are a toilet and a sink, and the stone is my patience with joint compound. Or something like that.
But there is progress in the form of a new light fixture.
Anywho, it’s really about time I stop distracting myself with silly things like laundry, mowing the lawn, and external house repairs. Time to get back at it and force this bathroom into being. At least then I can call one room finished. Or at least, having enough of its parts that I can contemplate showering in there again. Same thing, right?
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