Three men came down from Capital today to check out Tiny Village and take a load of books and such back. The report from the new house is that the water is back on, the rooms are painted (though Daughter's bright colors are going to require a second coat). I had purchased shades of white for the other rooms. They said it lightened and brightened the rooms quite a bit. The new faucets are installed, as are the smoke detectors and the programmable thermostat. For now, the security issue with the patio sliders has been solved by screwing them shut with a couple of L-brackets. It's not a long term solution, but it will work until they get the new door installed. Hopefully that will happen in the next week or so.
I took the guys out for lunch after we loaded the truck and trailer. We had a wonderful conversation. I am so eager to actually get moved in. I have so much more to get rid of before the movers arrive on Monday. I'm feeling the crunch, that's for sure.