Well, it's Mittwoch, formerly known as Wondenstag until the 10th century, when people decided that Woden wasn't special enough to have a day named after him.
The weather was nice yesterday, not that I was outside that much. While I did clean the living room tank, most of the day was spent on my kitchen floor. There was a bit of a raging date in my head for about 30 minutes on whether I should take the flooring down to the hardwood or now. Harwood floors are an asset when it comes to resale, but the floors in my kitchen have suffered greatly during the 118 years they have been tread upon. Originally, there would have been a large iron coal stove which would have been used for heating as well as cooking. Yes, this house is that old. As a result, cinders and hot coals have scared the wood. Then, when plumbing came in, there was evidently a problem with sinks, not that they leaked, but locating them in the correction place. Because of this, there are a number of holes about one foot in from the wall around the perimeter. There are other holes, as well, that were made when the coal stove went out and radiators came in. After much back and forth in my head, I've decided to leave the floors covered and go with my initial plan of putting down vinyl planks.
Here's a pic of the progress. The window and all of the holes are going to be covered with drywall.