The bedroom is painted, but that's just one part of the project. Albeit a big part since the walls had to be wiped down, nail holes spackled and sanded, and the border removed before painting could begin. Last time the walls and ceiling were painted the same color - a light beige - but this time I wanted a white ceiling. Since the walls were a light color previously, it looks like they're only going to require one coat of paint.
I like the light green - the color of tea! [Sorry! I had to mention tea in this post somewhere. ;-)] I'm sitting at the makeshift computer station typing this post. Tomorrow I'll look for a new window treatment.
Remember the ancient Grecian alarm clock that hubby helped our granddaughter Izzy make for school? [Below is the picture I showed at the beginning of the month.]
Yesterday afternoon and evening Jerry took a break from the bedroom project and went to Izzy's school where she and her classmates demonstrated their projects for parents, grandparents, and friends. I hated to miss it, but I had to stay home and work on Sunday's presentation since my computer was covered over all day while the room was being worked on. Jerry was very impressed with the students and their projects.
Izzy left bright and early this morning to fly to Milwaukee with her Dad. He took her to work with him for the next two days. She was excited about her daddy/daughter time as well as flying for the first time.
Is she excited or what? ;-)