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March 10, 2014

Cat Tales: Two steps forward, one back

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

After cleaning up and repairing what I could outside until this cold weather is over, and after my blood pressure came back down to normal, I resumed  redecorating my home.

I had floating floors put down over the linoleum in the kitchen and the bathroom. The kitchen floor is now several shades of light brown and the bathroom is a little darker with shades of gray and brown mixed together. The flooring comes in sections and is fitted together without having to put down any glue. This type of flooring I found out is only about three years old.

My next projects, providing any more catastrophies happening, is to varnish the hardwood floors this spring when I can open the windows and let in fresh air.

The best thing about retiring is being able to do the things you never had time for.

Happy trails until we meet again.

 

 

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