The windows may FINALLY be finished. Maybe. After 2 months of work, or not work, it looks like the job is finished...on the inside.
I know I am not a 'priority' case, but it would have been nice to have others work until the job was done, not do a hit and miss. I also found that the squeaky wheel DOES get the grease. I complained that the guys weren't here to do what they said they would, on the day they promised, and all of a sudden things went quickly. Inside trim was done, the texturizing was done, and I was able to negotiate a deal with 'I'll paint all the trim and put the shades up IF I can paint the dining room walls a color of my choice". They bit. I got it finished enough to move things back in to place. I wanted my shades back up. Desperately. Nothing like the 100+ degree sun hitting windows without shades. The A/C was going nuts. I was going nuts. I couldn't quilt due to miserable conditions, AND the fact that the room was all jumbled up with things stacked everywhere just so THEY could work on the windows.
Now, the outside trim work has to be completed. That's not my worry. As long as I can get back to Abbey and do my job, I'm happy.