Camp Dularge Renovations Continue — 9 Comments

  1. Sending via the computer…Energy, Calmness, Strength, (aka) Caffiene, Chocolate, a Ham then repeat this mantra when you get stressed, tired or overwhelmed: Every thing is going to be OK, I WILL get thru this, & no worker is going to get HARMED….well harmed much….
    You have to remember a couple of things hon.
    1.Keep your sense of humor…it will keep you sane.
    2.You live in S.La. Water table is high so the ground is not stable and will continue to shift…must remember and make pre-plans for &/or allowances for
    3.These workers are going from job to job to job..even the good ones can make a mistake or oversite so yes, you have to be there to oversee..make a list of EVERything you agreed to and check it before they leave…
    Coffee, chocolate, ham sandwich…Every thing IS going to be OK, I WILLget thru this, No worker will get harmed….Much….I’ll help you hide the body if you need me hon…
    much love & honest compassion,

  2. You can do it! Yes, you can!
    If you can’t do it, nobody can!

    The bulk of the work is behind you. Don’t give up now! If the house were perfectly level, nobody would know it’s 80 years old!

    Have Dotterl plan a “post-renovating-the-renovations” party on the back deck. Woo-hoo!

  3. Yep, take plenty of notes. Make a “naughty or nice” list as well so you’ll know whom not to call when you start your home. You’re almost there, hang tough!

  4. brick a bracker!!,brick a bracker!!
    sis boom baa!!!

    whos gonna take the first night in there

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