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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Day 2 of Moffitt Kitchen Renovation

I must say it is truly exciting but like everything that is exciting comes the stress, too. It is a challenge to navigate my house. My routines have been disrupted. The day begins at 9am for the men and therefore I am up, too.

Today the kitchen wall came down and the new space is really wonderful to see. More light will come in because there will not be the wall that blocked it.

Last night I was invited over for a scrumptious butternut squash soup and roasted vegetables with a yogurt mint sauce, cheese and good bread, wine and wonderful company. Matthew created our supper and Jamie and Matt and I enjoyed the evening together. There are perks in this upheaval of space.

Sort of the color my lower cabs will be


  1. Say, what happened to the final output? We certainly would love to see how the kitchen turned out. I mean, we can certainly sense how you've put a lot of emphasis on space with respect to the workflow, by reducing the amount of cabinets, for example. That's a pretty smart move, in my opinion. It makes for a less crowded kitchen, therefore making it more accessible. Cheers!

    Homer Collins @ Pinnacle Renovations