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Friday, 4 April 2014

Catastrophe strikes!!

Hi everyone
Just to let you know that I am having one of those weeks when you just say to yourself "nothing else could possibly go wrong" when it does!! To cut a long story short I have a loft conversion which one of the 2 rooms is my craft room and the roof was leaking well it turns out that all 3 flat roofs of the dorma windows needed replacing at a cost that seriously impacts on your crafting budget!! Once over that shock work commenced and on day one didn't they go and put their foot right through the roof that they told me was rotten??? That is the ceiling to my craft room. 

Well what a mess that has made!! So now I need the thing repairing and plastering. So I have had to empty one half of the room for them to get at it. Needless to say all creative activities have gone on hold. Then it will need painting which I have to say is long over due I kept putting it off, for obvious reasons, but this little mishap will force me to do it.
So this post is to just share my pain and to say I will be back soon!!
Love
Amanda x

15 comments:

  1. Oh no, hope you get it sorted soon

    Sam xx

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  2. That's really bad luck Amanda...that's a serious repair ...you must be so upset!!
    Good luck with it....one day...you may laugh about this mess?!

    Alie

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  3. Oh dear, Amanda!
    I hope they will fix it soon so you can relax and get back to your crafting desk and enjoy! That looks like a nightmare to me.

    Wishes,
    Claudia x

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  4. Oh no!! Hope your plasterer isn't as dodgy as your electrician !!! :-) xx

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  5. Oh what a disaster ! Hope it is done soon, so you can get back to crafting !
    Corrie x

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  6. Oh my gosh, that is awful. Good luck with the repairs.... Shirleyx

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  7. Oh no, what a nightmare... Glad neither you nor anything else got damaged in the fallout. Good luck with the repairs and redecorating, and with the withdrawal symptoms!
    Alison xx

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  8. Argghhhhh! You have my commiseration, if the damage wasn't bad enough the thought of no crafting for a while is equally as bad! Good luck Amanda, I hope it all goes as quickly as it can. Chris xxx

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  9. Oh no , hope it all gets sorted soon and as stress free as possible

    Hugs

    Jools x

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  10. I am so very sorry for you!! Good luck with fixing this!!

    Love from The Netherlands,
    Leintje*

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  11. I hope your ceiling has been already repaired!
    Happy Easterweekend!
    Groetjes karin

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  12. Thank you for your visit and comment - do hope things are on their way back to normality, and that you'll be able to get at your craft desk again soon.
    Alison xx

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  14. Oh my word! Sorry, I haven't had much time for visiting blogland lately, hence late response. But putting a foot through your craft room ceiling!!! WOW! That guy wouldn't have lived to tell the tale if it had been my craft room ceiling!! I could see how you had to clear your room. You wouldn't have wanted those clumpy men boots trampsing over it.

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