I am almost recovered from my Walla Walla adventure. I got up at 4:30 AM Saturday morning to catch a flight to Seattle and on to Sact'o. All I could think about was having a nap! Alex and I worked steadily for 4 days and accomplished quite a bit. The bedroom and office hadn't been touched by the time I left; the kitchen took us two solid 10-hour days to get cleaned and set up. I'm sure she'll move things around as she settles in to the daily use of the space, but at least we got all the boxes unpacked, all the shelves and drawers scrubbed, disinfected and lined. The layout is sort of awkward ~ the sink is across the room from the stove/fridge ~
and although there's lots of cupboard and drawer space, they aren't exactly handy. Plus she brought far more stuff than she really needs.
Nevertheless, it's all set up and ready for her new life.
At the end of the second day we had completed papering all of the cupboards.
Or almost all of it. Everyone has a "junk" drawer, don't they?
There are two bedrooms; she'll use one for an office-cum-guest room. This first bedroom is located in the front of the house. Another space with blank walls that will be soon plastered with good things to look at. A tiny closet to hold the overflow from her bedroom.
Not to be missed is the garage in the back, just large enough for her car and her bike, but not for much else.