Creative74 wrote: ↑
Sun Jun 28, 2020 4:44 pm
Houses are selling all over the place like HOTCAKES right now, because the interest rates are so low. If they were smart, they would have just relisted the house for sale and not spent money and time on these worthless upgrades. Why even replace knobs in the bathroom? Those knobs she chose aren't even everyone's taste.
They are wasting precious listing time right now. The interest rates are not going to stay like this forever.
Right? The white knobs that were there before were much nicer and replacing them was totally useless and out of line with budgeting. I finally watched the video yesterday. Also, why even _think_ to hang grandberrie's somber and dark paintings there in a child's and Brooks' bathroom and then even acting upon it? I bet she would never have even begun to think to hang those in Gaines' bathroom. I'm glad she replaced them but it shows her lack of love, engagement and empathy for Brooks in my eyes. How could she even have hang them there in the first place? It felt so awkward.
I don't mind the painting, it was a good thing to do in my mind, which can never hurt, but the knobs and oven are a total waist of money. It suddenly feels like emptiness to me, like Katie is spending and throwing money to things to fill an emptiness inside, you know, like you can be left with a satisfying feeling, or not, after watching something? In line with her lack of true passions, interests, hobbies, her being highly annoyed by her kids (how she was complaining about her kids and probably mostly about Brooks when Brittney's baby came to visit, she was full of negativity!?) and she doesn't have a satisfying relationship with her spouse. She seems like an empty personality, she doesn't have interesting insights or things to say with her head as well.
She was throwing Brooks under the bus and called his name specifically when explaining spots and scratches on the lower cabinets, while with Gaines she would have said (and always does): of course, the "kids" walk by the cabinets. Taking effort to protect her from the internet. Ten minutes later she was _really_ indiscreet toward him and said, a totally unnecessary addition, that "Brooks" had peed on the floor. So purely indiscreet! A classic example of what you _wouldn't_ say. She leaves Brooks completely unprotected. And she totally did it on her own accord.