Not much progress this last 6 months. Covid hit and put momma and son out of work for 2 months. Put a damper on cashflow and I ended up doing a bunch of side jobs to make up.
Also, gardening season which takes time. Now we're picking and canning.
The good news, our son and his girlfriend have finally gotten their own apartment and are moving out. I'll be able to clean up the shop and basement to get rid of more clutter. I ll finally be able to get into the basement and gather up my cabinet doors and drawers to mock things up.
I did start to plan out the street side kitchen wall
Very slowly. I've gotten almost zero accomplished since August. I keep having to go back to side work because other family members keep getting laid off. Fortunately the only big home project left is wiring for a generator.
We lost power twice for 3 days each in just the last month. Fortunately that's a project I can peck away at in small bits.
Then I get a long holiday weekend in a couple weeks so I can clean up the shop and make room for working again. The camper has become a bit of a storage platform. Grrr!
Otoh the basement is mostly cleared up, the remaining items need to be put in the storage closet, a few items to discard and reassemble the dining set in the finished space.
The house garage is staged for clearing, once the last of the basement is sorted out. Everything gets loaded up to go to goodwill.
Other than the work hassles, we've been doing ok, no major health problems but a couple of scares at the wife's job. My employment has been steady, we support the transportation and agriculture industries.