Ruby Tuesday: What’s with all the noise?

12 May

Ruby

Sometimes my dad can be really loud.  He has these machines and I don’t like them.  He was tearing up the floor with this one.  Something about a leak or something.  Whatever, I don’t know why anyone would cut a big hole in the floor.  That’s just asking rats and mice and stuff to come in the house.  Sometimes I wonder if people ever think things through.

What you do when the leak is UNDER the floor

See, that big ol’ machine, just cutting a huge hole in the floor. Then they were all impressed with the big thick wood.  La-de-da!  Yea, people!  That wood was there for a reason — to keep out the rats!  And mice.  And squirrels.  And all the other vermin!  Moles could come in now.  They never listen to me.

Subfloor -- serious subfloor

It wasn’t all noisy this weekend though.  Mom did get some stuff put away.  I think the kitchen might start having food in it again soon!  I hope so!  Toes crossed!

A corner nearly done Moving back into the kitchen

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3 Responses to “Ruby Tuesday: What’s with all the noise?”

  1. jayne 13 May, 2008 at 2:31 am #

    Poor Ruby girl… those machines can be so loud. Nice to know you have a great base to your floor! Love the sneak peek at your new kitchen!

  2. KGMom 13 May, 2008 at 4:26 am #

    Awww–Ruby–you can stay with me in my nice quiet house until the leak is found.
    It did get found, right?
    So uncross your toes, girl, and just keep on the lookout for rats, etc.

  3. Trixie 13 May, 2008 at 2:34 pm #

    Leaks? Yikes! I hope those noisy machine thingies fixed it all.

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