Madame Le-Loup, you don't need to tell more! The before-after pictures already tell the story. There is NO DOUBT AT ALL that you're filled with joy to the roots of your hair facing that progress (which is nearly a quantum jump, I'd say)! Enjoy your new floor, dance on it, whatever, but enjoy! ;o)
I can see your smile from here Woolfy!
I agree! It's a great joy :) I can see your smile as well.
Crack a bottle of champagne and lets christen this room....cheers Momma!
ça fait du bien! have a nice CV-Wednesday!
Wowzeeee, Kers♥ It was well worth all the flying S*#@! Love it...but I do miss those beautiful skritched walls. I can't wait to see the finished room.
hip hip hurrah!!!
bravo! so good for you! i am smiling and feel joy with you : )
I think that's really a joy. So much work and then a success. Congratulations!
you are a whirlwind with a full plate! hope it truly is a calm and peaceful joyful season for you. and we will wait for little wolf.
Ah, the before and after photo lifts my heart, there is much to celebrate there! Have a joyful time down there!
That is fabulous! I can imagine the joy you must be feeling. What an achievement :-) And like Mlle Paradis - I too am looking forward to the little wolf!
wooooo hooooo !!!! what a wonderful feeling !!Here is my joy ... http://bonnie-simple-beauty.blogspot.com/2011/11/joy-corner-view.html
It is such an incredible feeling when the change is finally real.
Wow! Celebration is in order indeed! Glad you're finally able to experience that particular joy. :>)
Congratulations! Having experienced the angst of waiting on reno's I share your feelings of elated joy!
indeed a cause for joy! congratulations!i love that first photo by the way. tres fab.
what a patient, almost one calander year!!and to got to 'know' you here in blogland has given me joy!xx
One year..? Oh, now I really really understand your joy! Big hug!
i think i can already smell lasagna being cooked in that kitchen :)i share your joy, as i feel i've lived some of your renovation anguish through your blog.
I know this feeling of joy for a renovation... I have the same joy last week ;)
oh yes i know that joy feeling!happy december
looking good! hang in there! ;)x
Smooth sailin' from now on!Nicki
comprehend completely :)
I know that joy!
I love being shown before and after transformations because it is such a wonderful feeling but I know all too well that is not the case for the person going through a renovation. Of course, JOY!!!! Now time to breathe!!!
i know that joy too ... but wow i admire your patience :)
how lover-ly to greet thee!if you send me a query, i'll try to get back to you promptly. in the meantime, thank you and till soon