Here at Six Little Acres, we often cram everything we can into a few hours between arriving from Savannah on Friday and leaving again on Sunday. It’s about a 4 hour drive and we always have our three pups with us. It’s how we roll.
Well, thankfully we are ****this****close to getting our final approval.
THIS close, y’all.
Once we can move in, I’ll be here to help daughter and FSIL (favorite son in law) as we all navigate Baby Wren’s neuroblastoma. Click here for more information. (It’s the first post titled “And it Begins”
I’m staying in town and coming each day to do stuff like put up wallpaper, mow grass and paint. My FSIL is working like crazy, caulking, closing up holes left by the electricians, painting (soooo much better than I – thankfully) and pretty much helping us with everything else we need to do for final.
And then there’s Ninja Man.
And then he did this:Yes, that’s a dresser-turned-vanity. Ninja is altering the drawers so they will fit around the plumbing. (Note: he began with styrofoam but it was too messy. His next template was cardboard. Much better!)
While FSIL is doing this: Yesterday I painted the porch ceiling blue. I had FIVE dogs to help (two are grandpups) and my shirt says, “I’m pretty cool but I cry a lot. We have a punch list we are working through but the steps we paid too much to have built are wrong and the county inspector says they have to be redone. Ohhhh nooooo. It’s a big deal and just like the shirt says, I cried.
Meanwhile, this also happened- it’s not my best angle but that’s life in the house painting world, right? My daughter and the FSIL painted the rest and we’re not done yet. I’ll post soon about the fruits (we call it the gatherings) here at Six Little Acres. It’s pretty awesome! We are looking forward to muscadines and more!
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