Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Not Much Going On

Well, I haven't really had anything to say the last few days. I know - shocker. I'm sure my family is ready to take my temperature. Nothing much blog worthy going on over this way. I do have stucco on the new house now. That's pretty exciting, but I haven't taken pictures. Other than that, we're just busy with school. Even football was canceled this week, so we are really slow. We're supposed to get some nice weather towards the end of the week, so we're looking forward to that. It would be nice to watch a football game without sweating like a pig! I have been picking out all the "stuff" for the new house. It's fun, but also nerve-wracking. To many permanent decisions all at once. They have bricked half of the brick floor, but then ran out of brick. No problem, right?, just get some more. Wrong. There was no more. We used an old brick and they didn't have any more in the state! We thought they were going to have to tear out all that they had done, and start again with a different brick, but supposedly they have found some. It is coming from out of state and was supposed to be here the end of last week, but you know how those things go. I just pray it matches!

Oh, well, that's all over here. Maybe something exciting will happen today!

Have a great day!

5 comments:

GWEN OATSVALL said...

thank you thank you thank you ... love the Dora doll for Maggie .. It arrived yesterday and I have hidden it so Emily won't find it ... you are so sweet to think of her ... I am getting closer to having her in my arms ...

redmaryjanes said...

It's quiet around out place too. It's good to have some quiet every once in a while. I hope that the brick matches too.

Life With All Boys said...

I was afraid they would put everything in I picked and it would all clash! I wish it was quiet around here....

mommy24treasures said...

Have fun shopping... Hope the brick matches. I know its wierd how hard it can be to match brick. We needed more brick when we added our pool area and were building a wall and columns. It took alot of tries to even get something close and we thought it was just ordinary.

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