Each one of us gets our own drawer unit, and the cabinet will hold our network server. The desktops will arrive next week and I am chomping at the bit to get the desks set up.
We also finally broke down and bought a new sink & faucet. Our current faucet leaks (we knew about this from the inspection and bargained accordingly) and the sink is pretty shallow (none of my cookware can be machine-washed), so Dan finally got fed up with it. The new sink is white granite composite and looks like this:
There's still a lot to be done, but getting the office together will be such a relief. I'm more excited about that than anything else.
Band-related news: we have our first gig this Saturday as part of the Santa Ana Art Walk. It's going to rain, so the audience will probably be minimal. BUT it's a low-key, low-pressure gig that will give me some live experience before we start working harder for better gigs. I've been trying to figure out what to wear all week.
Paul news: We had a meeting with the school psychologist, the RSP teacher, Paul's teacher and the immersion speech pathologist this week. The school district is already in violation of the law, since I submitted a request for assessment and they have not provided me with any paperwork within 15 days of my request. Sigh. I'm patient for now, but I was told I would be e-mailed a questionnaire and that has not happened yet, so I will soon hit a low simmer. We have also received approval for 10 hours of testing through our insurance, and Paul spent about 1.5 hours this week with our private psych. Her preliminary assessment is that he's a gifted child (duh) with "classic ADHD." I dispute the H part, because I think Paul was just excited to be out of school and having a new and interesting experience. I've seen no hyperactivity at home and his teacher also is very firm that there are no hyperactivity issues at school. He just mentally floats away. I'll fight that minor battle later and just let the assessments continue for now.