We have been very busy lately as Caz has had a new Kitchen put in.
Im sure most of you know we live in Germany and Chris is in the Army. Well they were very pleased to find out the army was paying for ten houses in the street to have brand new kitchen.
There was one set back though we would all have to eat out for 2 weeks while the kitchen was being put it, with a allowance being paid by the army.
Chris took 2 weeks off work to look after us as the builders started work at 7.30 in the morning and would be in and out all day.At first it was nice going out every night to eat, but gradually it became a effort for Caz and Chris, don't ask me why.
I thought you might like to see what the old kitchen looked like and how it progressed.
It was time to fill the boxes with everythin in the kitchen.Ofcourse I took Charge.
Otto was a bit worried about the boxes at first but I eventually got him to help me with organising the boxes and what what Caz should pack first.
We did have a bit of fun with the boxes first though checking them out.
Not a very flattering photo but we were busy helping packing the boxes.
The first day they completely ripped all the cupboards off the walls and then all the tiles, even the tiled floor went.
Otto and I weren't meant to be down this half of the house as it was very dusty and Caz said the men did not need any help.I managed to sneak a look at what was going on, they were doing a good job.
When they took the door off the kitchen to put the new door on the dust went everywhere down stairs and you could see our foot prints on the carpet.
No more eatting out back to normal and some home cooked food.
This is so much nicer than there old kitchen.
Caz and Chris even have a breakfast bar to sit at.
Well we hope you like the finished kitchen not bad for army property.
Its nice though to have all the banging and dust gone back to normal again.
Ludo the Cool Dude.
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