Here’s just a quick visual update on how much of the house is sided. (For those who can’t drive by). Can you see it?
Alright, are you ready for the crazy cool stuff? (I get so overly excited about this kind of thing, I’m sure a nut about finding old stuff!)
Let me explain some backstory, and then we’ll get right to the photos. Our property use to be right next to a railroad track. The tracks don’t exist anymore. Continue reading “Into the Woods (Part II)”
It’s like the weather can’t make up it’s mind! It’s like we live…like we live in the midwest or something! Continue reading “Mud.”
I felt pretty clever considering the musical “Into the Woods” is coming out in theatres with one of my favorite actresses (Meryl Streep) soon. Because this past weekend, I was compelled to go into our woods. Continue reading “Into the Woods (Part I)”
As it turns out, I was able to pretty much complete the impossible in the last four days. I spent 35 hours, in four days, painting the last 211 pieces of siding.
It was ridiculous. Continue reading “Manic Painting”
For those of you who live in warmer climates (and NO, New York City and Boston do NOT count as cold climates, sorry, anyone in the plains states would agree with me here), we have a little cold weather health condition known as FROSTBITE. Continue reading “Frostbite”
In between the icy ground the death-like wind chills, we’ve had a couple of days (three to be exact) above freezing. Which sounds like great luck for putting siding on the house. Continue reading “When it Rains, It Pours”
The inside of home looks like that scene in ET, when the scientists have quarantined everything with plastic sheets. Continue reading “ET”
I have had one task assigned to me.
One tiny little, itty bitty thing to accomplish to be a productive member of this house building team.
Paint the siding red. Continue reading “Painting the Town Red (Or….just my clothes)”