Once the floors were laid in the 3 bedrooms, it was time to put everything back. My goal was to have everything returned to its new and proper place by Saturday evening. I finished it, with hours to spare, and walked roughly 7 miles in the process (that’s a lot of trips).
Sunday was to be devoted to hanging the new closet organizer in the front bedroom, which had the added benefit of removing 3 boxes from my dining area.
I started on the closet soon after breakfast on Sunday. While the hubbinator worked on the backyard, I measured, cut drilled and screwed to hang the rails then install the panels and shelves.
It wasn’t long before I realized I was a box short of a finished product. Somewhere along the lines I noticed that I was missing 8 shelves and one 8″ drawer.
So I then wrote to the manufacturer who will probably tell me to reach out to the seller. Anyway, I consulted the Magic 8 ball and asked if it would be done before everyone arrived at Thanksgiving. Signs did not look promising.
Ah, well. What I have up is nice. It’s just no completely functional.
Until next time, stay healthy.
So sorry, I know how it is to get some things half done I hate it when I was missing parts and drawers or shelves missing is probably still out in the ocean on the 49,000 ship that people won’t empty just when you have time to work on things take care
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