I fired my contractor today. I was hoping to accomplish that with a face to face meeting, but when he cancelled a meeting at the last minute, I decided it was time to finally fire the man. So I just sent off an e-mail to him, and told him he was fired.
I'm not exactly sure how he will repond to this. I guess only time will tell.
I did tell my husband what was up, and he was quite calm. Perhaps when he thinks about it he will "wring my neck". Right now
I loved watching the Mickey Mouse Club when I was a kid. I especially loved the segments with Jiminy Cricket. The one's where he sang, "I'm No Fool". Well today, I found out just what a real Fool I have been.
Here all this time, I thought the best plan of action, was no plan of action at all. After not hearing anything again from my contractor for a week after an e-mail from him, something told me to google his name. I googled his name alongside the name of his company,
I have been home from my vacation for an entire month already. Before I left, work on my attic was getting done at a fast pace, and I was overly excited about seeing everything finished finally. I say overly excited because "Nothing" has gotten done since my return.
Have you ever had a problem that you really want to solve, and you honestly don't have a clue how to solve it. Everywhere you turn is just a dead end with no answers? I don't expect anyone to walk right in
I forget sometimes just what I have talked about in this blog, and what I have chosen not to post. I started this blog to talk about the progress of the attic that I am having remodeled for my grandson and his mom. I was so excited at the beginning, and I guess I really believed that the project would get done quickly and without trouble.
Since the beginning, I did have a cash flow problem, so the fact that this has taken so long has actually helped a little in that department.
I am happy to report on this snowy January morning that the progress in my attic is no longer at a stand still. There are decisions that have been made, that will be made today, and that must wait just a little bit longer before the attic is livable.
Right now I have an almost completely freshly painted attic. We went with a very neutral, and probably boring eggshell enamel. I wanted something that could be easily cleaned, not a flat paint. It looks great.
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