Today was the deadline for our bathroom to be finished.
I was planning on a phat post about how awesome our lives are, complete with a brand new tub, tiles, and fan, rejuvenated and clear pipes, and a fresh toilet seat on top.
That is not the headline of today’s post.
If Nick gets to a level of annoyance, that means that I am approaching warning levels of volcanic eruption. I cannot believe how long and annoying this process is. At this very moment, I am listening to drills, sawing, and a very loud radio in the background to keep the workers entertained. At this very moment, as they start to clean up at 5:06pm, the bathroom is fit for someone along the lines of Jason Voorhees.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I have a tender heart. I’m a nice person. I understand that things come up, deadlines are pushed back, people work their fannies off and still things don’t always come together as planned. But, just follow how this whole situation has affected me this past week. Remember, Nick is still going to work with luggage for his showers. As if that isn’t exasperating enough to watch him truck off to work with a piece of carry-on baggage.
1) The dustbowl that is our house has flared up some allergens that make my eyes itch and throat constrict with coughing.
2) The accessible toilets in our house are on floors 1 and 3. Our bedroom is on floor 2. Which means for pregnant persons, like myself who get up in the middle of the night, one must be fairly alert to navigate the stairs. By the time I get myself back into bed, I am wide awake.
3) Interrupted sleep is making me very, very tired.
4) Isaiah doesn’t like this routine and so HE is very, very tired.
5) I am showering at work and must pack a bag everyday complete with shower sandals and extra towels. It looks like I’m moving into my work office.
And so my friends, it’s difficult for me to remain my positive self when all I want to do is scream, “GET THIS JOB DONE AND CLEAN UP THIS MESS! I’M 6 MONTHS PREGNANT!”