My family includes two boys and myself. One of those family members, the baby pup Gus, who is a full grown adult dog, has suffered from quite a bit of separation anxiety. Continue reading “Separation Anxiety”
On April 25, we will be at our five-year anniversary of owning this beautiful acreage on this beautiful adventure of restoring our old house.
I tend to be a very nostalgic person (who actually continuously writes myself time capsule letters), so I thought to celebrate this occasion it would be fun to look back on the original house tour.
So I went through the original video and added captioned commentary on the plans I discussed in the original video and how they changed; as well as what has changed since and is still to be done since that video.
Truly, it’s a bit cringeworthy to listen to one’s self speak in a video. Especially when it was one of my first narrations. However, I did have a great time feeling like I was “talking” to myself in the past. (Low bar for good times here!)
Also, I just want to mention (mostly to Tyler), that I don’t care how long the house project takes. (Although I would like to have a second bathroom before I turn 40-can we make that happen?). The changes made to this place are amazing. I hope watching the video will remind you how far we’ve come.
No. Nope. I tried, but failed to update the bathroom. Continue reading “I Updated the Bathroom?”
I believe I mentioned that Tyler was cleaning up his old rusty machines in the shed. Which is an interesting process because it is exactly like an extreme makeover for machines. I can barely recognize some of them. Continue reading “Rust Be Gone”