This week, the floor goes down.
And here's an infinite number of oak planks, stacked in the kitchen.
There's another pile, slightly larger than this one, in the dining room.
(Update: see that window opened right in back of the wood pile? don't do that! you don't acclimate floor material to the outside!)
Many weeks ago, we chose interior doors. Last week, the door guy said the doors we chose don't come in the height we need. So, we picked new doors.
Still no granite.
Current house had four showings last week, with two for the same person. Turns out, that this person is a neighbor who says she wants to stay in the same neighborhood but wants a bigger house. OK. So, she did her two viewings and her realtor started making noises about a "contingent" offer - that's where the buyer makes an offer, but the offer only holds if she sells her current house within X days. If we accept the contingent offer, we can't accept another offer for those X days. So it's risky for us. No offer has been made, contingent or not, so it's hypothetical right now. Plus, this person did the same thing with our neighbor across the street - two showings, talk of a contingent offer, then, nothing.
We got positive feedback from the other two showings, though they probably won't lead to offers.