We are getting down to the bare bones of our former small master bath so we can make a new footprint and expand the bathroom into unused space.
Here’s the space before he started ripping into the walls. A full before and after post will hopefully be ready by Christmas. That’s my “all I want for Christmas wish”. The master bedroom is the only area up the stairs from our kitchen so at least it can be out of sight and out of mind. I still feel unhinged and not at the top of my game. We are also waiting to create total chaos in the kitchen area when the new counter tops are cut and ready to be installed.
Here’s a fun photo that our kids took last Friday night when Addy arrived for a couple of days.
Addy and Uncle Andrew. We are an eyebrow rich family!
Have a nice Tuesday everyone.
The 18th-century San Fernando Cathedral is the first church built in San Antonio, the oldest standing church in Texas, and one of the oldest cathedrals in the U.S. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A copy of Michelangelo’s Pieta.
It is disputed whether the remains of some of these Alamo heroes are entombed here but they are honored here.
I’m linking up to InSPIREd Sunday with Beth and Sally.
When I uploaded my photos I noticed that my lens had a hefty smudge on it. This was a hot muggy day so it’s no surprise my lens got smudged. This was my last stop on the trolley tour and from here I walked back to the hotel. I visited another church in San Antonio before we flew home that was a beauty. I’ll share that one next week.
Friday was a banner day for exercise at this old house. After Zumba in the morning I mowed our yard and the front yard of our neighbor. During this time Dear and our son in law continued the work on our front walkway. (collage below) In the evening Dear and I took a walk since we were falling asleep too early. Today I might just be sitting around doing nothing until the Sounders game tonight.
The walkway work will continue on the next dry day we have.
Hope your weekend is going well…
…to get out and move has it’s benefits which are blessings!
This is part of the group of seniors that I walk the trail with on Tuesdays. I join a few of these same gals at an exercise class on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Most of this group are in their 70’s and 80’s. I’m the young chick among them.
When you get out you see God’s handiwork!
We’ve also been out working in the yard a lot this past week. My Bleeding Heart plants are coming up and blooming. Such a treat to see.
Our Forsythia bush is flaming!
Soon I’ll be able to show the before and after photos of phase two and three of our outdoor project. I’m glad we can still move after working outside shoveling and digging and tamping oh my!
My five favorites are walking, making new friends, seeing God’s handiwork, being able to work hard, enjoying the fruit of our labor! What are some of your favorites this week?
I’m joining in with Susanne at Living to Tell the Story for Friday’s Fave Five.
Over President’s Weekend Dear and I worked on phase one of our sprucing up the yard project. I promised before and after photos and here they are.
I decided on the Primroses in the Cinder Block because the property our home sits on used to be called Primrose Acres.
Phase Two will include digging out these stones and leveling out the pathway beside this planter and putting in a flat walkway using pavers. Our plan for the pavers will help support the planter wall and we will be able to take out the temporary supports you can see along this section.
The walkway will extend to the existing deck and we will add a step next to this section of the deck which will make stepping up and down easier.
We are enjoying the fresh clean look. We hope to get started on Phase Two this coming weekend. It will be another Ibuprofen weekend around this old house!