Hi, You Guys! Oh my gosh, where do I start after all this time? I just updated my ‘About’ page, so feel free to click over there, if you want a refresh of what this blog and I are doing here. Quick answer: getting back to having fun sharing our on-going house project.
We all have projects of varying degrees where we live. Some of us are nuts and buy houses that need tons of help, and spend huge chunks of time (years) making them our own. ‘No pain, no gain’ seems to be ingrained in our belief system. We are excited and optimistic and ‘up for the challenge.’
Then, when work starts and things get too painful, we learn our limits. Never again!!!, we say with absolute certainty. Only to dive into the next project to come along.
We remodeled a house before this one, and one after (an investment property). All came with big challenges, and all were so worth it. I love doing this, even of it means some frustration and a few tears. (Crying in front of a contractor did happen (twice), and I’m not proud of it, ugh.)
I left you hanging back in May 2014. We were busy-busy getting ready for our daughter’s grad party. A couple days before the big bash, the architect who helped us with the interior and exterior remodel came out to photograph our place. I have been wanting to share some of his photos with you, so here they are, finally!
All photos below credited to John Dwyer Architect:
And there you have it. Love these photos of our pre-party 2014 home! I am so grateful John took these and was happy to share them with us.
Whew! This feels really good to be catching up, but there’s so much more to talk about and show you! We remodeled the basement summer of 2015, and John Dwyer designed a pergola for over our deck that was built this past summer. There are new furnishings to show and upstairs bathroom remodeling plans in the works. It’s going to be fun!
Many thanks to those continuing to follow our progress! And if any new visitors would like to get an email alert when I have a new post, please join! Comments/questions are always welcome too… Thanks again. It’s great to be back.