The painters want to work alone. The mason doesn't want anyone else in the house when he carefully completes his work, which involves arranging three bricks in the backyard. The carpenters don't give a damn about anyone else and keep doing exactly what they please. The supervisor, a distant relative of Scarlett, assures everyone that tomorrow is another day. The neighbours give dire warnings about various problems - water seepage in the walls, drainage issues, erratic power, inadequate security and Mexican grass being replaced by Bangalorean.
No matter. We will move in by