View From The PamCam


This is the view of my front door at the moment. You might think you can see a fridge and a bin behind it… Your eyes do not deceive you!!

The reason is that over the past 6 months or so we have had an increasing squishiness underfoot in the kitchen. Kevin has looked and looked and can’t find a leak or anything, but there was definitely water seeping from somewhere. It has got so bad that the vinyl was starting to break up so it had to be replaced.

Kevin chose today to fix it and so my living room is entertaining the dishwasher and the washing machine, and you can see what’s in the hall.

To his credit he has cut away the old vinyl floor, removed the (very soggy)  underlay, dried the concrete floor, fitted and laid the hardboard underlay and is about 3/4 of the way done of laying the new tiles.


That’s the back of my cooker you can see. And the reason we’re having takeaway!!


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