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12 February 2016 / leggypeggy

Destruction in my own home—surrounded by rubble and a broken pink bathtub

After five posts on the devastation in Syria, I figured it was time for a slightly cheerier item. I thought I could do this because negotiations today in relation to Syria indicate that the civil war might calm down. Fingers crossed for the days ahead.

What better relief than toilet humour, well at least toilet news?

Over the years of this blog, I’ve written a few pieces on far-flung toilets. You can’t travel the places we do without encountering some rather unsavoury and ramshackle toilets. One of my favourite (or maybe least favourite) recollections were on the boat from Azerbaijan to Turkmenistan and toilets that would make your hair curl!

That said, I never expected to call my own amenities ramshackle, but they’ve earned the title after being in service for almost 60 years.

The offending amenities involve the laundry and the kids’ bathroom and toilet. Aussie homes often have the toilet separate from the room housing the vanity, bathtub and shower. So that makes three rooms for us to address.

The shower has been leaking for several years and has made a mess of two walls—one in the corridor and one in a daughter’s bedroom. That didn’t matter so much after the kids moved out because the shower was rarely used.

laundry tiles fell off

The laundry tiles were very cooperative. They just fell off—long before we thought about renovating

But then, while we were on an extended overseas trip, someone staying in the house accidently left a bathroom tap running for part of an evening. The tap got turned off and the floor got mopped up, but no one thought to look inside the vanity. Several weeks later, when we returned home, all I could smell was mould.

The inside of the vanity still had pools of water and both shelves and all three drawers were home to a mould farm.

I scrubbed and scrubbed, but could never get rid of the discolouration or the smell. It’s too late to suggest ways to tackle the problem—the vanity is long gone. But go ahead and offer advice if you think it might help someone else.

And then there were the tiles. It was quite startling when, in the middle of the night, the tiles on the laundry walls started falling off.

Of course these are first world problems, and if I was in wilds of Africa or Central Asia I’d probably start peeing under the lemon tree in the backyard and showering with the hose.

But the kids still come home for visits and guests come to stay, and I desperately wanted to get all the crap on the laundry floor up and out of the way.


Cory jackhammers the toilet wall

Cory jackhammers the toilet wall

Graham tackles the pink bath

Graham tackles the pink bath

Time to renovate

So I informed Poor John that the time for renovations had come and he knew better than to argue. It’s summer in Australia and we were going to be home long enough for the work to get done.

Of course the first challenge was to find someone to do the work. I hopped on Google and searched for +Canberra +bathroom +renovations +reviews. Plenty of results came up, with almost equal shares of whingeing (complaining) and praise.

Most of the praise was for one-off operations—namely someone did a single successful job (or maybe more that weren’t commented on). But I couldn’t find any trace of these people online or in the whitepages. But ‘Ziggy and the boys” came up many times in positive reviews between 2011 and 2015.

Good grief, we know Ziggy! Why didn’t I think of Ziggy? We’d done business with Ziggy in 2000, when we did renovations for Aunt Esther’s flat and an extension at the beach house.

So we headed out to his place AND he remembered us.

With a no-nonsense approach, Ziggy showed me which tiles I ought to have. I started to resist but couldn’t find anything I liked more, so had to admit his choice was perfect.

Then this was where ‘the boys’ came in. Ziggy only does tiling, but his network includes ‘the boys’ who do the structural stuff.

So now the boys—Graham and Cory—are busy destroying my laundry, toilet and bathroom.

The backyard and a kid’s bedroom is full of the stuff dragged out of the three rooms. The garage is full of several thousand dollars worth of new cupboards, tiles, and vanity and sink, as well as the laundry fridge and washing machine.

And with all that precious stuff in there and ‘exposed’ to the outside world, the garage door stopped working today. Luckily it’s stuck open. Even better, the repairman comes Monday.

The saga continues, so stay tuned.

More coming on Syria too.

Pink bathtub in old bathroom

Fish on holiday in our ancient pink bathtub

P.S. The new bathroom won’t have a bathtub. The current pink one is never used and the interior designer said the lack of a tub is not a deal breaker for a house sale. Whew! Gives us great new space in the renovated bathroom.

That said, the pink tub was a very popular item with our daughters and their friends who stayed overnight. When I told them the bathroom was being renovated they all said, ‘Oh no, what’s happening to the pink tub?’ They loved the memories of it, but nobody wanted it. I offered. Besides Graham and Cory reckoned it weighed about 90 kilograms and had to break it into small pieces to get it out.

By the way, the tub was last used in 2008 when the backyard pond sprung a leak, and the fish and plants had to live inside for 10 days while Poor John resealed the pond and waited for the work to dry.

Pink bathtub with happy fish and plants

The fish and plants loved the bath


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  1. GP Cox / Feb 12 2016 10:50 pm

    Good Luck, Peggy!!!!!

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  2. poshbirdy / Feb 12 2016 10:52 pm

    Love how you put the fish in there. Very decorative

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:00 am

      We had foreign houseguests arrive not long after the fish went in the tub. They were rather perplexed even after we explained why. 🙂


  3. wfdec / Feb 12 2016 11:07 pm

    Sorry Peg, I can’t read this post. I have been busy renovating an old bluestone house for about twenty five years and nothing ever gets completely done to an acceptable level. And this poor John is the handy man who has done it all and I am up to kitty’s bow. So “Good Luck and may the force be with you.” I won’t even pray for you.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:02 am

      It’s okay. Shall I come help? I have a soft spot for anyone who uses the expression ‘up to kitty’s bow’. 🙂


      • wfdec / Feb 13 2016 9:41 am

        Any time you like.

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      • Yvonne / Feb 13 2016 4:13 pm

        Well, I tried to find out what ‘up to kitty’s bow’ means, and just got led back here!

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      • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 5:38 pm

        It’s slang for saying you’ve had enough, so at the end of a meal someone might say I’m full ‘up to kitty’s bow’. Sometimes the expression is ‘up to pussy’s bow’.

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  4. Derrick / Feb 12 2016 11:11 pm

    I don’t know why you fretted about getting a “man” in, you know me, okay I might be on the other side of the world, but you know my email address, every thing you have ‘your man’ into do,

    I can do and have done plenty of ‘remodelling and in some far flung places

    (you are only as good as your last job they say, my last job was great)

    New bath, walk in shower, overhead monsoon spray, body jets, new close couple pan, new tiles, walls and floors

    They bought all the bits, I supplied the pipes and fittings and of course the ‘know how’ and labour
    It took a week (but we are talking Miami here)

    Well it broke up my month long stay quite nicely, and I didn’t have to book a hotel, kind of sleeping on the job

    I had to do it right first time, no leaks, its a heck of a long way to go for a call out, but glad to say, it all went well and they are quite proud of the results

    A bit late now, but next time, drop me a line, but now its all done (or nearly so) I cant see any remodelling happening in the future

    Don’t forget, post some pictures of the finish

    (Get white, its easy to clean, never goes out of fashion, the same with nice shiny chrome fixtures)

    Last more than several life times 😉

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:03 am

      Oh cripes, Derrick! I’m sorry and embarrassed now. I didn’t think of you in the same way that I didn’t think of Ziggy and the boys. Next time, I promise.

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      • Derrick / Feb 13 2016 9:48 am

        Ah, no harm done, I would have still been trying to find my way to your house, at least they have made a good start on it, be finished before you know it

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      • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:54 am

        They reckon it will be done in two weeks. Fingers crossed.


  5. pagedogs / Feb 13 2016 12:22 am

    It will be hard to top the pink tub and blue tiles. Happy renovations.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:05 am

      It was decor straight out of the 1960s. The toilet was pink too, but the cistern and pink sink started leaking years ago and had to be replaced.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. bacardi gold / Feb 13 2016 12:22 am

    i love to see an indoor pond…! 🙂

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  7. Fiona / Feb 13 2016 12:48 am

    Comisserations! Renovations are only great about 18 months after they’re done and you’ve recovered your sense of humour…that said, seems you’ve not lost yours! Our renovations and sorting out of four years ago, just after we arrived in the village still seem very fresh…. Have a good weekend! Oh and the children will always have the pink bath – what lovely memories.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:07 am

      To be honest, we are just getting started. The interior is due for a paint job and the carpets are old and a wreck.


      • Fiona / Feb 14 2016 7:51 pm

        I feel for you. We haven’t attacked the interior paint work yet. Want to finish the outside bits first. Works in progress… Look forward to watching yours as you share more!


      • leggypeggy / Feb 14 2016 8:35 pm

        We did the outside paint job a few years back. I look forward to sharing how this renovation progresses.


  8. Midwestern Plant Girl / Feb 13 2016 12:59 am

    Love the pink tub! Even as a fish pond 😉
    You’re project is so much more extensive than mine was. Luckily, my tub was white.
    I like the idea of a separate room for the toilet. Keeps bad things in one place. .. ha ha!
    Good luck! Hopefully, you’re under budget and happy with your results.

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  9. Vicki / Feb 13 2016 1:03 am

    Good luck with the renovations, but one of the biggest faults with my new architect designed ultra-modern studio apartment (with a European laundry which just means laundry taps in the bathroom) IS NO BATH…..for the first time in my life of 62 years.

    I hate it. My back pain and stiffness was eased every morning by a soak in a bath in the old flat. Lying in a bath is probably the only time I have no lower back pain.

    And, being a modern shower fitting in this new modern apartment, it is one of those poor weak flows (to save water). It is $#%& useless at getting the shampoo and conditioner out of my fine hair.

    (I’ve always lived in older rental apartments that had lovely baths and showers with good strong forceful water flow coming out of the shower rose).

    Even when there was a 6 week gas strike in Melbourne about 20 years ago, I filled electric kettles etc and filled the bath with 6″ of water to bathe before I went to work (with an extra jug of hot water to rinse my hair). The apartment back then was electric hot water & oven.

    I’m not the only person I know (even youngsters) who moan about lack of bath for that luxurious Sunday soak.

    Love the plants and fish in the bathtub – very ingenious.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:23 am

      Sorry you don’t have your own bath, But I won’t miss having one myself. That said, I was tempted to leave the pink tub in the backyard as a planter, but it had to be removed by sledgehammer. It’s lots of little pieces now.


  10. susan@marsha'sbungalow / Feb 13 2016 2:36 am

    Ahh, renovations. Probably the reason we have to pack up and travel so often, just to get away from reno fatigue! (I bet it will be wonderful when it’s done)

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:24 am

      I’m sure it will be wonderful when it’s done. And you can be sure I’ll be showing it off here.

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  11. Rashminotes / Feb 13 2016 3:32 am

    Renovation can be such a task; hope your one gets over smooth and soon Peggy!

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  12. Dinata Misovec / Feb 13 2016 3:59 am

    The fish pond bathtub is the BEST. Sorry you won’t be able to host the fish in the future. I wonder if an interior fish pond would be a selling point for a house.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:26 am

      Don’t know what we’ll do if the pond has another leak! Might have to create a new indoor fish pond.


  13. Laurie / Feb 13 2016 6:26 am

    Great story!

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Carol Ferenc / Feb 13 2016 6:31 am

    Ugh! Just breathe deeply, Peggy, and visualize the beautiful rooms to come.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:28 am

      Luckily I’m not at all concerned. And I won’t breathe too deeply. The air in here is full of brick dust.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Carol Ferenc / Feb 13 2016 10:16 am

        Good point ~ don’t inhale that stuff!

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      • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 10:52 am

        Good advice. It’s Dust Central here. Bedroom doors are closed during the process and I’ve decided to tack up sheets over the entries to the living and dining rooms.


  15. Worlds Biggest Fridge Magnet / Feb 13 2016 7:59 am

    Blimey! I thought the photos were chronological and you had done all that work only to end up putting fish in the tub!!!

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  16. vagabondurges / Feb 13 2016 8:17 am

    Good to know the lemon tree is there as backup, but hope the luxury indoor plumbing works out well for you, and soon.

    Liked by 1 person

    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:30 am

      A few years back we had 10 people living in the house. Pretty sure the lemon tree got a bit of a workout then.


  17. Amanda (@lambsearshoney) / Feb 13 2016 8:57 am

    Good luck, Peggy – renovations are such a drag. I adore the pond-life in the bathtub – very innovative!

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  18. milliethom / Feb 13 2016 9:37 am

    Oh, Peggy, I’m sorry to say that this post made me laugh! I feel sincerely sorry for your plight, and can imagine the horror you felt on finding this terrible mess. But your ‘toilet humour’ got to me. I truly you’ve now sorted things out – and i can imagine the expense! The pink bath-tub-cum-fish-pond is amazing!
    Sorry I’ve been a while getting back to your blog, Peggy. I had a 3 week break from blogging, and have been trying to play catch up this past week. I’ve missed your great posts!

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 9:56 am

      Other than the whole house being a shambles, everything is under control. At least they’re done with the jack and sledgehammering!
      Oh and don’t mention the expense!

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      • milliethom / Feb 13 2016 10:29 am

        I won’t mention the expense again. Promise!

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      • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 10:45 am

        Thanks and I won’t mention what it costs.


  19. Eileen / Feb 13 2016 10:06 am

    Deep breaths, accept that it usually takes longer than they say it will, and enjoy it so much more when finished.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 15 2016 3:05 pm

      Hi Eileen, so far they’re going along at a fairly good pace so I’m hoping for no delays. Fingers crossed.


  20. Curt Mekemson / Feb 13 2016 10:39 am

    Usually when my house needs remodeling, I think its time to move on. 🙂 –Curt

    Liked by 1 person

    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 10:45 am

      I’m happy to travel all over the world and live out of a backpack and tent. But once my furniture is in place, it stays where it is.

      Liked by 1 person

  21. Susan / Feb 13 2016 11:05 am

    Awe. That pink tub was great. I love it 😭😭😭😭😭😭

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 11:17 am

      It did its job and now it can rest in ‘pieces’.


  22. Sarah Ferguson and Choppy / Feb 13 2016 11:09 am

    I had a pink tub in an old house – I think it would have been much improved by the addition of some fish and pond plants!

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 11:05 pm

      Another pink tub! If you still had it, I’d try to send you plants and fish. Thanks for stopping by.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sarah Ferguson and Choppy / Feb 14 2016 6:04 am

        I sold the house – someone else took that pink tub off of my hands. Now, I just have a boring, brownish one. I suspect the fish and plants wouldn’t look too festive in it. They’d probably just make it look like I’m even worse at cleaning than I am!


      • leggypeggy / Feb 14 2016 8:34 am

        A brown tub shouldn’t need cleaning. 🙂


  23. Lynz Real Cooking / Feb 13 2016 12:57 pm

    Wow Peggy what a huge job!! I am having fun looking through these photos and thinking of the whole process! The fish sure seem to like the pink tub!! Fun post!

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 5:02 pm

      Thanks so much. I suppose it was a bit of a shock for the fish to move back to the pond. It was winter when it happened, which is why most of the plants were cut back.

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  24. luckyjc007 / Feb 13 2016 1:26 pm

    I love the fish in the tub idea! I’m sure you will be glad when it is all done. Things like that seem to take forever but it’s worth it.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 5:04 pm

      They do seem to take forever, but I’m being optimistic. I even looked at new towels todays. I didn’t buy them, but I looked.


  25. afterthelasttime / Feb 13 2016 4:16 pm

    Sorry your remodel isn’t under better circumstances as in your timetable.
    Please let Ziggy, Graham and Cory know that you have another bath/toilet/laundry remodel in Denver they are welcome to tackle next! Provided of course their work continues to be satisfactory.
    Thank you!

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 5:05 pm

      It would have been nice to have had it done while we are away, but I don’t suppose the house-sitters would have been thrilled to live through the mess.


  26. Yvonne / Feb 13 2016 4:17 pm

    Do you have a second loo to use while this is happening? And, how are you “abluting”?

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  27. jazzyoutoo / Feb 13 2016 9:11 pm

    Renovation makes our houses really look like a war zone, it takes a lot of courage to go for it, something like that has to happen soon in my bathroom, I’m waiting for summer… 😀

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 13 2016 10:34 pm

      Yep, renovations are a recipe for a huge mess. Good luck dealing with your bathroom.

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  28. Stephanae V. McCoy / Feb 14 2016 2:05 am

    Oh the joys of home renovation. My ex-husband was an independent contractor who was gifted in all areas of home remodeling. Even so, living with the destruction for weeks on end was a painful process but well worth the effort because the end results were gorgeous. I had to chuckle that no one jumped at your offer of the pink tub. I can’t wait to see the final product.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 14 2016 8:41 am

      Yes, the pink bathtub has had a good share of fair weather friends who loved it at my house but didn’t want it at theirs! I hope the final product will be rather elegant without being flashy.

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  29. Sy S. / Feb 14 2016 2:29 am

    My bathroom switch plate is “Hot Pink” and part of the room (without tiles) is a medium blue/green color… same color theme as your old bathroom. I can’t imagine not having a “Royal Throw” and a bathtub with a shower head in one room. The NYC water is excellent for drinking and for bathing/showers. And since I live in an apartment no extra fee for water usage, already within the monthly rental (and no low streaming water flow to save water).

    LeggyPeggy you and Poor John should have tried to save your pink bathtub with the Koi fish. And place it outside in your front yard… so when the Hollywood tour bus drives by they can point to your old style interesting art deco 1950’s style and the home of the somewhat rich and famous world travelers. LOL.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 14 2016 8:47 am

      It took me a while to get used to the ‘royal throw’ and bathroom being separate but it was extremely useful when we had a couple of children getting ready for school at the same time.

      And the bath couldn’t stay because I’m never expecting the Hollywood bus to go by our house.

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  30. chattykerry / Feb 14 2016 4:00 am

    Oh dear, I think it was time for some remodeling… Please tell me you aren’t going for pink again. 🙂 We once had a curious orange bathroom suite – I quite liked it but chose white since then!

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  31. yeahanotherblogger / Feb 14 2016 4:04 am

    Ah, the joys of home ownership!

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  32. judy westerfield / Feb 14 2016 10:08 am

    It’s a classic LeggyPeggy Post: Destruction, renewal, wild life, humor, great photography, Poor John marching ahead, local color. The only thing missing is bare-breasted natives . . . or were you taking the photos in the buff .. . .?

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 14 2016 7:36 pm

      Oh dear, bare-breasted photography! I couldn’t frighten the builders like that. I do want them to finish the job.


  33. fiftywordsdaily / Feb 15 2016 11:14 am

    There are simply not enough posts about toilets. This goes some way to addressing this shortfall. I think a series on the subject is called for…..

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  34. Deb / Feb 15 2016 11:40 am

    Ugh renovating…can’t stand the mess…love the results!! Good luck, hope it all turns out to your liking and that garage door gets fixed too!! When it rains it pours, huh?! 😉

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 15 2016 12:48 pm

      Thanks for your comment. It’s perfect for the circumstances. The cupboards are going in today and the garage door got fixed about an hour go. Woo-hoo!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Deb / Feb 15 2016 12:55 pm

        Oh hooray!! 😊 it’s always so great when it’s over!!

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  35. kkessler833 / Feb 16 2016 6:41 am

    Yikes! Hate this sort of thing. I agree with Deb!

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Sheryl / Feb 17 2016 12:46 pm

    Renovations are always such an adventure. I hope that your project goes smoothly and is completed soon.

    Liked by 1 person

    • leggypeggy / Feb 17 2016 6:43 pm

      We’re getting there, we’re getting there. The tiler comes tomorrow. 🙂


  37. Sabiscuit / Feb 18 2016 10:49 pm

    Has the situation improved, Peggy? I thought I’d ask after an update, although I know you must be up to kitty’s bow with the renovation. It must be impossible to relax while all of that is going on. Sending you lots of fix it energy.

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    • leggypeggy / Feb 18 2016 11:04 pm

      We’re getting there. Overall we’ve been impressed with the builder and his offsider—they turn up on time, do good work, have great personalities and clean up after themselves. What more could I ask for? Plus, the tiler starts on the floors tomorrow.

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      • Sabiscuit / Feb 18 2016 11:05 pm

        That is wonderful news, Peggy. I will be seeing the updates when you post them. Have a good rest, if you can. I hope that the weekend will greet you free of worry. xo


      • leggypeggy / Feb 18 2016 11:07 pm

        My big challenge is to get the house back in order before we start our next travels on 4 March. Friends are moving in to care for the house and dog, and I want it tidy for them.


  38. badfish / Feb 19 2016 8:41 pm

    These are the kind of things I WISH I were good at, but never have been. GOOD LUCK!!! Love the brick!

    Liked by 1 person

    • leggypeggy / Feb 19 2016 9:27 pm

      Yeah I wish I was good at these things too, but I’m not. I like the brick too, but it’s going to be covered up.

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  39. apriltulip / Feb 20 2016 12:56 pm

    You are very brave! But the work will be well worth it. Good luck!


    • leggypeggy / Feb 20 2016 6:58 pm

      Thanks so much. The work should be done in a week or so and I will be glad to get rid of the dust. 🙂


  40. Zambian Lady / Feb 21 2016 1:12 am

    Good luck with the renovations – I can only imagine how much planning and work it will take. My parents were renovating their house when I last visited and it was hard work. I was not exempt (as a ‘visitor’) from the work and came back to Vienna more tired but with a feeling of accomplishment.


    • leggypeggy / Feb 21 2016 2:05 pm

      Thanks for stopping by. I bet your parents were delighted to have your help for their renovations. Ours should be done soon—within 10 days I hope.

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  41. Forestwoodfolkart / Feb 21 2016 9:42 pm

    Cool indoor pond, Peggy. Renos are a pain but worth it in the end


  42. The Whitechapel Whelk / Feb 23 2016 10:28 pm

    I haven’t been following your blog for long – just a few weeks – but thus far you’ve never once failed to stir my interest or induce a wry smile. Wonderfully written as ever. Keep it up. No pressure though ok? 😉


    • leggypeggy / Feb 23 2016 11:37 pm

      Okay, okay, I’ll try to bear up under the pressure. Geez, now what to write about next? And you said no pressure!

      Liked by 1 person

  43. stephleo / Feb 25 2016 1:12 pm

    Great story! Please post pics when you finish the renovation !!

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Jacqui Murray / Feb 27 2016 10:55 am

    Oh my. What an undertaking!


    • leggypeggy / Feb 27 2016 2:26 pm

      Thanks! We’re getting there. It should be completed by Monday or Tuesday.


  45. The Reading Cottage: The Platform For Books, Health, Music, Features, Tourism And Travel / Mar 5 2016 3:42 am

    Hmmm! Peggy that seems to be a big project. It worth to enjoy your fruit of labour by changing things at home, no matter how much it cost. Wishing you a happy weekend.

    Liked by 1 person

    • leggypeggy / Mar 5 2016 6:53 am

      Thanks. The work is almost done and it’s all looking very nice. Have a great weekend yourself.


  46. xaranahara / Mar 7 2016 3:56 pm

    Wow… I would love to see pictures of the renovations.

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  47. hiMe / Mar 20 2016 1:21 pm

    I love your pink bathtub, especially with the fish taking refuge in it!

    Liked by 1 person

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