My house is now decorated!

My uncle painted my living room and kitchen this afternoon.

He also painted my ceilings for me.

Now the house looks great!

He was here for 8 hours, doing it!

He had to move a lot of my furniture.

He also put it all back for me once he’d finished.

Mom came over too for the day, and my sister was also here!

My sister decided she’d tackle my back garden while she was here.

I was out of the house for a lot of the day, as I had appointments, so it was 3:30 by the time I got back home.

I am amazed that the paint we got doesn’t really smell at all!

I did request odorless paint and they made sure it was!

I’m very happy with the way it turned out. Mom says it looks great. She said the walls look very rich now.

I used magnolia to paint the walls, and white for the ceilings.

It is clean, and that is all I want!

My uncle is a fantastic painter. It is what he does for his job.

And he didn’t charge me too much either! In fact, he let me set my own price!

Now that today is over, I can relax! I’ve had dinner, and I’m about to veg out in front of the TV!

I don’t have to go anywhere tomorrow or Friday! I can relax!

I’ll be staying in my PJ’S!

It will be 2 days to watch Netflix, read books, and just chill!

I hope you’ve all had a good Wednesday!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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