It’s too quiet here. It’s been almost two months since Mitch finished installing the dishwasher. He has been busy with work and local city demands and hasn’t had a chance to cut the cabinet that will install next to the dishwasher filling the gaping hole left when we removed the existing cabinet to install the dishwasher. I have not bugged him about filling the space because I know how busy he has been
I think part of his reticence to start the project is that there will be multiple “Mitch Fit” watches that can quickly go to “Mitch Fit” warnings and even “Mitch Fit” imminent crises. Cutting down a thirty-six inch cabinet to a twelve inch cabinet is probably a bit of a challenge, especially shrinking the cabinet door, but I have faith that Mitch will figure it out. (If not, I know where I can buy a twelve inch cabinet brand new in the box.) That’s what scares him the most. If I buy a new cabinet, I will have to re-stain or paint all of the cabinets so all will match and look the same. Painting wood is sacrilege to him. Wood only comes in stained colors if you ask him.
Finally this afternoon after a consultation with a seasoned cabinetmaker Mitch is finally de-constructing the cabinet and preparing it to become a third of its’ original size. WooHoo. What’s the worst that can happen? It looks really sad and we go buy a new one. Mitch doesn’t look at it that way, though. He thinks it has to be perfect.
The de-constructing is the easy part; it’s the reconstructing part that will be tricky. But it’s okay, I have my ear plugs. I am definitely a glutton for punishment.