He has decided that we need to replace the ceiling fan. Fair enough. That fan IS ugly. But then again, many ceiling fans are ugly but necessary here in the southern climes.
Then he decided that we need to remove the vinyl siding and put in (wait for it) shiplap, after Man-Child suggested it. First of all, HOW do these two even know what shiplap is?? Turns out ManChild's girlfriend has him watching HGTV occasionally. The Husband, on the other hand, doesn't watch HGTV so how he knows about it is a mystery.
I can only surmise that all this enthusiasm stems from wanting at least one project done - and this particular project is so close to being finished. I can relate. But honestly, as nice as it would be to have this project, that I didn't even know wasn't finished, done - I am thinking about the other things that need to be done first.
We *might* be having guests(!) in October. So, to my mind, the guest room needs to be finished and the bonus room (that I keep forgetting we have upstairs) needs to be started (as in nothing has been done at all yet) first.
So here's my question for you. As a guest, I am guessing you would prefer to have an actual bed to sleep on rather than, say, a daybed? The guest room has a double bed but what should I do upstairs? Two twins? Or a double/queen? I'm kind of leaning toward twins so we have more beds. But, guests are few and far between so maybe I should just have the one larger bed. I'm overthinking this, I know. Your thoughts will be most appreciated.
So we shall see how it all plays out. If he wants to go forward with his new project, he can have at it. Meanwhile, I am shopping for headboards and beds online.
So, those doors that I painted about a month ago? Last night, I mentioned in passing that I don't hate the front door as much now since it was painted. He looked at me, shocked. Then walked to the front door, opened it and stared. I was laughing and then asked, "Did you ever notice that the door from the garage was also painted?" He then opened that door to take a peek.
At this point, I am tempted to see what else I can change to see if he'll notice without it being pointed out.