If it's not one thing, it's another.
If it's not needing a new water heater, it's having to re-side the house.
If it's not being snowed in, it's needing to prop up the entire house's foundation.
If it's not chocolate, it's pralines and cream.
You heard me!
We need a new water heater, a sump system to ensure the crawlspace doesn't flood (AGAIN! WHO KNEW?!?), new pilings to shore up the 'overspanned' floor joists, and, well, pretty much an entire new sill girder thing that apparently holds up the entire house.
Oh, it's just that thet house might fall in, someday, is all. No bigs.
Silly me for being concerned about that bouncy floor. It made all those contractors poke around in our crawlspace and find things they should have just not looked at. I mean, I KNEW the floors weren't level, but the house is 114 years old, so some amount of sagging was expected.
Our house is super-good at sagging, it appears.
SoooOOOooo, sometime in the not-too-distant future we shall be purchasing a firm set of undergarments for the Tiny House, and she shall be perky as a moderately middle aged lady once more.
All it's going to take is time, and multiple thousands of dollars.
Good thing we have the time. Have to work on the money angle.