My farmhouse is over 100 years old, so I definately know from home improvement
Your list sounds like a typical month for me John.
Got the house for a steal, and all the mechanicals had already been done (new well, septic, furnace, hot water heater, electrical service)
Since I've been in the house I've completely gutted the kitchen and installed new cabinets, a center island, tiled the countertops and papered/painted. Just help from family/friends on the heavy work and with the cabinets.
All the hardwood floors throughout were sanded and recoated (except for my bedroom, which I keep oiled instead - looks great)
Redid the handrails and banisters on the staircase.
Yanked really old paper off of everything (without tearing down the plaster and lathe - that was a project from hell) and repapered and painted the entire interior.
Took down a wall between two rooms to make a master suite.
One bathroom completely re-done (and one still to go)
And that's just the inside.
The barn got a concrete floor poured and new post supports installed to hold up the loft area. Completely insulated it, and the intent is to one day put an office/studio/"hang-out" room for my daughter and her frends up there. Still need to reshingle the outside of that.
The dirt cellar's been cleaned and shoveled and de-spidered, but I avoid it as best I can - gives me the creeps
Put in two perrennial beds, vegetable garden, planted a few trees, and pushed back the encroaching honeysuckle to regain about 1/2 acre of my 2 1/2 acre piece of land. Laid down goetex and brought in mulch to make a play area for my daughter, complete with tree-house (which I love, too, by the way). Someone else built that (my dad)
Recently redid the cedar shingles on the exterior (most of it myself ) and am now in the process of re-building the wrap-around porch out front (hired someone to do it - now we're dating, which is great cuz he's really handy to have around, in more ways than one )
Last project will be to either replace the slate roof (major $) or take it off and sell the slate to put a metal roof on.
All this while working full time and raising a daughter alone. I must be
Then I might sell (the market has really gone up a lot since I bought here) and find myself a nice place on a lake in the ADKs to start the whole remodeling thing all over again