Friday, January 31, 2020

Can I Get A Whoop Whoop? Things Are Improving!

Hi, all!

Friday has rolled around once again (can you believe it's the last day of January already?) and we all know what that means - it's time for us to get our whoop-whoop on!  Let's get started....

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It's been a busy week of packing and moving, and I'm finally starting to see some headway!  This week the kitchen went from this...


...to this!  I'm so much happier with the color now, and I think I can even learn to love the black glass backsplash.  Good thing, because I really don't want to put in another backsplash anytime soon!


Next up was carpeting!  It's not completely done - they didn't measure a couple of things correctly, so they had to order more carpet -  but it's done enough to set up my quilt room and move our furniture over next Tuesday!


I can't wait to fill this space up with all my quilt-y things!  I've already started hauling boxes upstairs, but there's a lot more to come...


And the latest whoop-whoop worthy thing?  I now have internet and TV!  Hooray!!!  And no, I don't watch soaps - that's just what came on when he set up the TV - but I was so happy to see a picture I didn't even notice what was on!

I took my two large Kallax shelf units apart yesterday afternoon, and my goal for today is to get them set up and bring some more stuff upstairs to the studio.  It's hard to believe how much stuff I had in my old studio, but I bet hauling it all upstairs will convince me to use up what I have and not buy any more!

So - - - can I get a whoop whoop?

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And now it's your turn!

What's got you whooping it up this week?


What's making you do a little happy dance?

Share!  We want to dance right along with you,

And it's always more fun to dance with friends!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight.

Hope to see you there!

Hugs!

Sarah

25 comments:

  1. Wow, your kitchen (after) is stunning! And your sewing space will be wonderful. I’d be racing up those stairs to unpack (the first time, then I’d be panting for air). I hope you enjoy setting up your space.

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  2. Son happy for you, Sarah! I never thought you'd leave the Gladeville house.

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  3. Your kitchen looks beautiful. The darker flooring makes such a difference. Lots of happy meals to be cooked there in future.

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  4. Glad you're getting settled in. Love what we've seen so far. My husband and I have lived in the same house our whole married life, 40+ years. I can't imagine moving! I'm sure that's a good way to go through all the stuff and downsize.

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  5. Your kitchen looks awesome! So happy everything is starting to look more like 'home' :)! Enjoy setting up your sewing room!

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  6. Moving is both stressful and fun at the same time. Getting things done sometimes is a pain, but a new spot to decorate and play in can be enjoyable. Have a great time in your new space!

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  7. Wow! That kitchen! And that studio!!! So many possibilities! And a fresh start! Looks great, Sarah!

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  8. so nice - I have been in the same house for 40 years, I wish we would have moved years ago but now I don't feel like it as I did then - it would be a good way to get rid of stuff though

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  9. Progress is good! Your kitchen is gorgeous and all that open space!

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  10. LOVE the dramatic change in your new kitchen. Hope all the move goes well.

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  11. I love your kitchen and open area! Have fun setting up your studio!

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  12. Love your new kitchen and soon to be your studio. What an exciting time!!

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  13. Your new house is so beautiful! The pain choice in the kitchen is perfect too.

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  14. Sarah, your house is coming along so beautiful! Your floors are so wonderful.

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  15. Your kitchen is lovely. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the house as you get everything settled in.

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  16. Wow! What a difference -- your new kitchen really sparkles now. I don't envy you, hoisting the boxes up the stairs. Maybe do it a few at a time; you don't want to injure any quilting muscles!

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  17. Wow, love your kitchen! So much progress!

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  18. Love your kitchen! Enjoy!! I have to "haul" Christmas upstairs, I am downsizing it next year!

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  19. Hi Sarah! I just adore seeing your photos and your new home coming together. Your kitchen is GORGEOUS. I would love to pull up a stool, have a quick cuppa and then haul some boxes upstairs to that fabulous sewing space. It's good for the glutes, I'd tell both of us. Happy Saturday to you! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  20. I am living "moving into a new house" vicariously through you!! Keep the photos coming.

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  21. Congrats on your move. Your new home looks amazing...xox

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  22. What wonderful progress on the move! New carpeting looks great!

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  23. Congrats on the first step toward a lovely new studio, Sarah!!!

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