Today was the "meeting" of our insurance adjuster with two dudes from the restoration company and we got the 'bottom' line of what is left to be done in our fire clean up along with a vague timeline. I am happy with what is happening, just wish it was all over. We have a painting crew starting tomorrow morning, furniture cleaning tomorrow afternoon and, as well, a technician coming to do an onsite inspection of all our electronic equipment. He will determine if their is soot on any of the wiring, components etc and if any pieces need to be removed and cleaned. Apparently soot 'eats' the wiring? Who knew?
We are still waiting for a carpenter to look at the damaged cabinets above my stove, waiting to hear what the value of my appliances is so that we can decide if I want to shop for new ones or let the restoration company take care of that chore. Furnace ducts will be cleaned. Also, carpet cleaning to be done when all is finished along with a final day of cleaning.
After that, bare walls need to be somewhat decorated although this is a time for simplifying our lives so am hoping we can declutter and relegate some of our family pictures into albums instead of in frames that need dusting?
I have taken a few loads of older clothes that I don't wear (or don't fit) to the donation bins. Somehow, this clearing out is easier when you have your stuff piled or stacked up.
I have no idea how my eye is doing after my surgery however, I see the surgeon on Wednesday and hope that he gives me a good report for my birthday!
My sewing machine has been purring for the last couple of days. I promised myself some sewing time after doing morning cleanouts of various drawers and my guild scrap quilt is now 'fixed' after I noticed a border had a few pieces that were added upside down and, as well, have stitched up my Orion Star blocks and they are ready to assemble and add borders. I also have some QoV pillowcases ready to sew and labels to add to a few of my quilts that I am donating to that worthy cause.
Pictures coming soon - keep watching!