I sit here in our shed, sharing space with tins of paint, light fittings and all sorts of other crap, willing the last few weeks of house construction to hurry up and finish! I can hardly believe we have lived in a shed for over 8 months. It's been fine for the most part, but every now and then I have to have a hissy about tripping over things. Then I have a wee tidy up and vacuum up the sand and dead bugs and boy do I feel better. :-)
Anyway, house report. The tiler has finished and we are rapt with his work. We have breathed a sigh of relief that we like all the tiles we chose, even more so than we imagined. This is the ensuite shower. We went for plain old white tiles but we chose the ones with a slight ripple in the surface, rather than smooth. I love how they look when the light shines on them, all sorts of lovely patterns dance across them. And above that is the row of little stone tiles for a bit of pizazz. The glass guy was in today to measure up for the shower screens, can't wait to see it all finished.
Southern Art Trail. It was good to get out and do something just for the hell of it, we tend to get so caught up in our little hobby farm that sometimes we forget the rest of the world is out there. Tomorrow we are heading into Albany again, alas this time not for the joy of art, but for a set of new tyres for my car. I'll be roadhugging those gravel road curves in no time!