使えない営業マンでは埒が明かず、
旦那さん、自力でワークトップをカット。
とりあえず成功(笑)
We're getting nowhere with sales staff,
so husband cut himself worktop of kitchen.
Anyway, glad to success!

そして、ようやく流しが入った~
長かったよ~
And finally put the sink into kitchen.
Takes so much time...
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らしくなって、私でもようやく感じがつかめた(笑)
Looks like a kitchen. Even I can feel how it's going on.
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見えない部分も、自分でするので丁寧に仕事ができるのがメリット。
ワークトップが先々垂れないように、枠を入れる。
DIY is good, because do carefully for myself, even in the place no one can see.
He puts frame under worktop, not to bend in the future.
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一方で、今時どれだけの職人さんがここまで作業してくれるんだろう・・・
なまじっか自分でやるから、いろんな意味で、大工仕事が
業者に頼めなくなってきた旦那さん(苦笑)
In the other hand, wondering how many craftmans work like him.
It takes time and effort. Not easy work.
It can be a difficult to expect subcontractors to do so
if his experiences or knowledge of carpenter is quite well.


水栓をつけるにも特殊工具が必要な日本の仕組み。
DIYをきわめて排除してる?ようにも感じるなぁ・・・
In Japan it needs special tools to attach water faucet.
Feel that company remove DIY from his buisness.
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ま、何はともあれ進んでいくのは嬉しい限りです。
By the way, I'm glad process is going on.