Driving to work Fuzzy called, he said they would have to tear up all the bathroom tiles and replace them. I don't think he really had to, they could have been cut around the new shower and patched where the cabinet had been.
The webcam in the piano room died. It was right after they cut the power to the house - something they did not have to do - the bathroom was the only circuit they needed to mess with, but they shut them all off. I know because the router went down. It's not on that circuit. The diagram for the electric box is on the wall by the door they are using, I bet they didn't even notice it.
When I got home I was surprised at how much had not gotten done. They pulled up all the tiles in the bathroom, but it's a small amount of floor space. The shell of the shower was in there, and the wall had been moved as required.
The kitchen sink was installed, but the faucet is crap. I'll call him in the morning and yell at him. I asked for separate hot and cold taps, and to keep the spray attachment. Instead he gave me a single mechanism which pulls out for volume and swings up and down for hot and cold. And the spray is build into the head of the faucet, and doesn't retract smoothly. Very pretty piece of crap.
Probably not installed correctly. The worker spent 15 minutes trying to figure out the pull-out mechanism.
Nice sink, though.
No word from Fuzzy, so I'll assume they will be here at 7 tomorrow too. :-(
Work was boring, more puzzling over test cases which have become obsolete. Did have a 1-on-1 after lunch at the Pho place. Worst chow fun ever.
First thing after I looked at the damage at home, I pulled out the spare webcam, and started to set it up, but it refused to connect to wi-fi. Had to leave it and go to YOTB rehearsals. I was 5 minutes late, somehow wedged into the only parking space left (I almost went back home because no way was I hauling my baritone and stand two blocks from the nearest street parking. I have to do that on Sunday for the concert).
The conductor had us go through each of the pieces we are playing at the concert, but only worked on the trouble spots of most of them, and skilled a couple that we know well and even the new people won't have trouble sight reading. Actually, they have had a month worth of rehearsals before May, while I was in Little Shop. I glued my teeth in this morning, and used the right mouthpiece, so the high notes didn't get to me as much as last week.
Plans for tomorrow:
Up way too early
Yell at Fuzzy
Go to work early so I can leave early
Maybe see the show at SCP. It's a comedy, and a friend is in it.