One can, however, begin to see the outline of what is to come – something quite pretty after all. But patience is a virtue and something I don’t have much of just now.
Dave and Mike, and Dave's son Zach are all working very hard building and coordinating. Jurgen and his team have the plumbing roughed in and have already been understanding about some of the changes I have requested that differ from the well drawn out plans – these things you thing of after you think you have already thought about everything.
You know that is the trouble with a project that is part of a very old dream. You spend and have spent so much time thinking about it – running it through your mind over and over – that it seems like you couldn’t possibly forget anything or not have every last detail covered. Not true, of course.
Just driving back from a lovely 3 day trip to Chicago (where we accidentally left all the very nice chairs we just bought for the shop - road trip anyone???) which was just a great excuse to get away for a few days but also to hit the big city for some fixture shopping. It was a huge success and I got to check a bunch of things off my list.
300 or so more things to go!