Like our kitchen. It needs to be gutted, but before we start, a door needs to be bricked shut. The contractor suggested that we use bricks from the back wall of the garage so that the replacement bricks match perfectly. Wait. The GARAGE?!!!? What bricks would fill THAT hole? Ugh. Who wants to start down that trail?
So I just hang curtains and chandeliers and live in Kitchen Denial.
It's never-ending unless I stop taking pictures. I have all the space, doodads and frills to get the job done, but here it all sits.
Patience is not my strong point.
1.) Logging on to Pinterest for "inspiration". This will only help you dream up ten more projects.
2.) Pouring yourself a glass of wine to "take a moment before you get started". Doesn't work (trust me on this one).
3.) Babysitting grandchildren. This, however, will give you lots of laughs and enjoyment. Plus, they don't care what your house looks like.
I would give you three ideas to help you finish a project, but apparently I don't know any, or I would be writing an entirely different blog. As I write this, I am motivated by embarrassment to finish some of these silly projects.
Check back with me in a year.