These floors are sick.

16 Feb

My vocabulary fails me. I’m resorting to slang. If I start using the word “crunk” then you’ll know I’ve completely lost my grip.

A lot of time and effort went into these floors. And, they are sick. And, I never say sick. But I can’t find another word.This is sick y’all.

Yesterday Titus sanded and sealed the reclaimed floors. I walked in just in time to get a glimpse of the action this afternoon. I was floored. Pun intended.

Aside from the story they tell and the personality they bring, these wooden planks lining up and connecting to make my floor add so much character to my house. And the fact that they were a joint effort, a team project of sorts, makes them “sicker.” They are stealing the show and that’s fine with me.

More tomorrow. Thanks for reading!

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4 Responses to “These floors are sick.”

  1. donna February 16, 2011 at 8:26 am #

    yea, these are sick…no other words for it : >)

  2. Nanette February 16, 2011 at 11:48 am #

    Girl, your whole house is “sick”!!! :-)

  3. Susan February 16, 2011 at 9:56 pm #

    oh amy….

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  1. Daniel Faires: Furniture with a Story « - November 9, 2011

    [...] that the beams across that span the second floor of my home are re-purposed ceiling joists. I love my wood floors. I know where they came from, which means a lot to me, but there are no time capsules in my house. [...]

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