Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

How I survived the Window installation Part III


I watched the door
 I slung around low under the desk just in case the sky started to fall
 I stalked about finally
 After Mom left me all alone,  I decided this was the best spot to watch for introooders but lo and behold

 She returned with my supper..thank goodness 'cause 
I was starving stalking is hungry work
 After my tummy was full I found a new spot
half way between my blog office and the storage room
This my friends is how I survived banging and 
hammering and who knows what all.  Day two was more of the same there are no pictures. 
Tsk tsk I heard that big sigh of relief
this was worse than having to look at all you neighbor's vacation photos!!


Mom thought about getting some photos of the windows being installed but she didn't want to take photos of the installer
'cause that would not have been very nice to post his face all over the internets. BUTTTTT let me say he was efficient,
knowledgeable, and very very excellent installer.
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We do have a photo of one window
Red arrow points to the pane dividers that are now
in between the double panes.  Old windows had dividers that had to be removed before cleaning and it wasn't easy.
Black arrow shows where the windows can be slightly
lifted then they fold into the room for easy cleaning.
The sashes of the windows will be painted next week
to match the frame inside the room.



HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU ALL
WE'LL BE BACK ON FRIDAY TO PAWTICIPATE 
IN FRACTURED FRIDAY HAIRY TALES


40 comments:

  1. Aw Madi, I hope you and your mom have the best Thanksgiving ever!!!!
    Sending you so many hugs!
    xxoo MaddiethePug

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  2. Is your house all set for winter now? You never know if you'll get snow like last year.

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  3. Good job supervising the window installation.

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  4. Glad ya survived Madi! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. Butt did He bring pawsome toys wiv him???? I luffs our window fitter....well him and his dog, Frankie!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  6. The window looks fantastic. I bet there will be some really good sunpuddles there. Hope they will be finished soon though and you can have your home back.

    Mara from Norway

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  7. The new window is looking just beautiful, Madi! Happy Thanksgiving!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  8. Hopefully the window pain (pane?) will be DONE soon....looks like you got some mighty good windows there Madi! Purrrrhaps it was worth all the trouble? Just in time to be THANKFUL on Thanksgiving too!

    Love, Sam

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  9. You're very brave! We're going to have introoders come and take our whole kitchen out!

    Hugs,
    your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  10. Madi I am glad it is over! Those are some very nice windows. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your Mom and Dad! Have a wonderful Turkey Day!

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  11. I wonder why we have no silencers for hammers and other loud tools... hey that could be a business idea... I will write it in my bad idea catalog immediately :o) Have a wonderful Thanksgiving together and I hope you will get a giant piece of that turkey tomorrow :o)

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  12. So glad you made it through the hammering etc Madi. The windows look fantastic. We certainly wish all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving.And Madi, you just let us know if you don't get a little bite of some nice white meat. No stuffing though.
    Thanks so much for the kind words about Girl Kitty. It was a rough day yesterday. I did not know she was as sick as she was.Just goes to show just because they are eating doesn't mean they are all right. You all have a great day today tomorrow.

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  13. Such pretty new windows. I bet all the noise and confusion was worth it. Glad you survived, Madi!

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  14. What a trial you have had, Madi. But Mom says things like new windows can make a big difference in how comfy things are inside the house, and every kitteh is very invested in being mega comfy.

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  15. You look so brave, Madi!
    Beautiful window and smart to have the dividers on the inside, between the glass!
    Will you get a piece of Turkey tomorrow?
    Hugs and nose taps,
    Kathy and Molly

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  16. Have a wonderful turkey day tomorrow... and i would love to have those windows in my house. so easy to clean and beautiful to see.. love your half way mark,... made me smile

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  17. Whew! We're glad that's over for you. Now it's time to get back to sunning in your favorite spots!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    XOXO from your besties at Angel Prancer Pie.

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  18. Looks like you had it ruff! But I knew a diva cat like you would be able to survive.

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  19. Looks like you had it ruff! But I knew a diva cat like you would be able to survive.

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  20. WHEW - so it's over?!?!? YAY!!!!!!
    Our mom said that part about putting the dividers between the glass is brilliant! Ours fold in like that to clean, too, and Mom said it's great. Then she mentioned something about nose smudgies. I wasn't listening to that part, so I have no idea what she's talking about!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  21. Whew, we were biting our nails for a minute there! Glad you survived and did not starve either.
    Your window is very nice, love the individual panes.
    Dip and Elliot x

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  22. Oh Madi the trauma of a window installation! Reading the magazine while eating dinner probably calmed you down
    Lily & Edward

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  23. Whew Madi we are so glad you have a 'safe' room!
    Your windows look really great too.

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  24. Mom says she would love to have new windows like that! Glad you figured out how to stay safe Madi
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  25. You are darn brave pretty Madi! Happy Thanksgiving from all of us.

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  26. madi....if ewe new de nayborz round heer ya mite think diffrunt....de new windowz bee awesum !!! and look at de burd free view !! ~~~~~

    heerz two a pie filled, BURD FREE, happee blessed day ♥♥♥

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  27. Well dat's a lot of techno jumble to us Madi, but weez glad they be dun and yous didn't starve. MOL Have a blest Thanksgivin'.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  28. You did an awesome job stayiing safe, Madi. Mom is in love with your new windows. Those pane dividers sure can make window cleaning a big PITA!!!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  29. I am glad all the banging is over Madi, and now you can enjoy your new windows.

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  30. Whew....that must have been soooo tiring!! We hope you had a good nap after all that stalking!!
    Happy Thanksgiving Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  31. Nice window!! We are so glad you survived Madi. We know it must have been hard and we hope your mom will make up for your suffering. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  32. We're glad you survived the window installation, Madi. We know how traumatic it can be with all that noise. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  33. I am glad you survived :) Fold in windows are great for cleaning- and yet, I still hate doing windows.

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  34. That is a very nice window and a lovely view! Well done, window guy!
    Happy Turkey Day!

    Wyatt and Tegan

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  35. We are so glad you survived!! Stopping by to wish you and your mom a very Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  36. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family Madi!!!
    Glad you survived the window hanging....but you had me cracking up about the 'vacation photos'. What a hoot.

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  37. Such an ordeal!!!
    Happy Thanksgiving (aka Ham Day)!

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