The Price of Progress
Post-Script: Now that the kitchen looks more like a kitchen than a construction site, we're wondering why we waited all these years. Well, money was one reason. But there's also inertia, knowing the inconvenience involved in the transition but allowing it's severity to become over-inflated in our imaginations. It's actually been fun living in our temporary quarters and cooking like we're on the road. It'll mean that much more when we get back to normalcy in our new kitchen.
Humans, we're funny creatures, so sophisticated in our own minds yet very much like any other creature that takes a liking to nest-building. We like our nests cozy and comfortable, we do. We talk a big talk, but it's the simple things that count.
Typecast via Olivetti Underwood 21, photo via Fujifilm X10.