I have been busy painting. Laying awake at night recently, I was thinking about what our daughter Tam had said about the green I had used (see kettle and toaster) on the cupboard fronts and the extra storage cupboard we had bought. I LOVED the green, but as the unit in the photo above DID need painting (it was rather brown), more green would be Too Much. So I bought a tin of Johnstone's One Coat in French Chiffon, which is grey to the point of being the next shade up from white. It looks good anyway, and nothing to offend any potential buyer's eye. Anyone would just come in and gut the kitchen anyway, which is why we haven't bought new units.
I would load a couple more photos, but after a day of good internet connection again we are back to ultra slow, plus the phone line isn't right either - starting to sound like it's underwater - so I am assuming there is a problem with the line somewhere and I am going to have to make that dreaded phone call to BT after all . . .
We should be picking up the new vehicle tomorrow - it was meant to be today or yesterday but there was a delay in getting new brake pads on it . . . We will have it for the Botanic Gardens Fair this weekend. I had originally asked Danny to stand in for me, as I was so worried about being in busy places because of the risk of flu (which is not a good career option for a severe asthmatic). However, I really can't hide away for the entire winter, so have grabbed the bull by the horns and will be keeping Keith company (along with a large pack of Dettox wipes). Begone foul germs!
Right, hopefully I may be able to get another photo up before bedtime. I'll post this and have a further try.I see I managed to catch the sponge scourer I was using to wipe drips of paint. Now I can give the floor a really good scrubbing as there are bits of paint I managed to miss until they had dried hard!