So we raced by after work to get the underfloor heating in before the sun went down, but we were too slow. So while I finished off my jobs as the worlds best apprentice, Mark drove to Bunnings to buy an extention lead and a little flood light so we could finish the job. It was pitch black by the time he got back and by the time we were all set and ready to go, the unthinkable happened... we had a blackout. WT...? Thanks to an extremely patient wife to counteract her extremely impatient husband and the light of a mobile phone, we finally got the job done. And what a fantastic job it was... I tell you what though, this heating better be bloody worth it ;D.
(above) our ensuite vanities and the installation of the underfloor heating, when the sun was up.
EXTERIOR. Roof: Bristile - Shake (Slate) Gutter: Colourbond (Ironstone) Fascia: Colourbond (Surfmist) Eaves: White Smoke Bricks: Austral - Urban One (Silver) Mortar: Flush (Off White) Windows: Aluminium (Pearl White) Front Door: Colour to match Monument Garage: Panel Lift - Contemporary (Surfmist) Driveway: Plain (Charcoal) We want to render parts of the front of the house at a later date. Render Colour: Dulux - Toffee Fingers (for my garage) Dulux: Blind Date (top section of the front of the house)
BATHROOM AND ENSUITE. Vanity Top: Laminex - Natural Finish (Stipple Seal) Cupboard Door: Laminex - Flint Finish (White) Wall Tiles: White Porcelain Rectified 300x600 Niches: Mark is going to put colourback glass in them
INTERNAL PAINT. Ceilings: White Doors, Architraves and Skirtings: Taubmans White Smoke Wall colour : Taubmans - Kid skin
After getting married in March 2009, my brand new husband and I are building our first home together. We are soo excited to be able to share this experience with each other and can't wait to start making new memories after our home is built.....
Now, almost 10 months later, after moving into our home and whilst frantically completing our much needed jobs around the house, I embark on a brand new journey. My health. It seems that the stresses involved in building and the contentment that is attatched to marital bliss has allowed me to let my health and fitness slip by the wayside. My new journey is one of health and wellbeing. Where I may learn more about my passion, nutrition, and maybe lose a few extra kilos in the meantime.