Construction is for real happening around here, but framing is always the fastest part of the process. You think to yourself “wow, this won’t take that long”; and then two years later you are sitting in a room that is only 90% complete and you’re wondering how in the world those people on extreme home makeover can build a house in a week. It’s annoying. But for now, I am enjoying the illusion that we are moving ahead at a fast pace. I am also enjoying the fact that this is the first phase of our remodel that is 100% happening outside of the house. Aside from a leaking window that was a result of sideways, torrential downpours that started the same day that part of the roof came off; we have generally been unaffected by the chaos happening outside.
I am also excited that the garage is taking shape, which means I am getting closer and closer to all of my man’s tools getting out of my linen closets:
The chimney was also raised today, which means the roof is coming off next week, which also means there will likely be a spontaneous hurricane formed off the coast with a bulls-eye right over my home. The surest way to end a drought, is to take off your roof:
And in much more important news: my two year old baby boy started preschool. Don’t cry Amy, don’t cry.
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