All in Kitchen Reno
I think I am starting to breathe, perhaps not often enough still, my watch keeps telling me to breathe, I sort of expect it to just say “Breathe! Damn it!” I do take a moment to breathe when the sign comes on, I loosen my shoulders and smile, because we all know, even when you don't want to smile, a smile, even just an inner smile makes things better.
There was something very poignant and difficult for me to watch my kitchen go down under the hammers. I always felt and still feel today, that my kitchen served me well and we have oh so many memories, it almost felt disloyal to get rid of it to get something new, even if it is better suited for myself and my family.