Saturday, January 24, 2009

Half Way Home

I am halfway home after a successful trip to Northern Kentucky. We found the house we want to build; it is the one I showed everyone in a previous post. After adding ton of options, we put in an offer and got the price we wanted. From my research I think we got a great price and I can't wait to see the house built and finished with all the choices I got to make.

I will be going back to Kentucky in 3-4 weeks to review the plans for the house and finalize everything. After that I'll make another couple of trips and then probably move into an apartment once the house is framed and stay until the contruction is complete. Since there is another month after the actual construction is finished having various inspections done, I'll have a few weeks back home after that to complete packing and hang with my buddies.

I like the kitchen so much that I might just have to start cooking, LOL! And my craft room? It will be just awesome!!! Here is a picture of the kitche in the model. I picked maple cabinets and stainless steal appliances both of which are shown in the second picture taken from a different model.

I have a shot at 2 part time jobs when I get up there. One is teaching classes at the local scrapbook store and the other working in the model home in my community a couple of days a week. Time will tell if either of these come through, but they would be loads of fun to do and keep me out of trouble if I did get them.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Half way home on Saturday...????That means I'll see you soon. I want to hear all about your beautiful new home-to-be! You sound so excited! I am happy for you!

Hugs,
Janie

MLaurence said...

Super, tu vas te mettre aux fourneaux ! lol ! avec une belle cuisine comme celle la, c'est sur tu vas faire de bons petits plats.
Finalement ce depart sera agreable quand meme pour toi, tu auras la maison de tes reves, c'est deja ca ... car tu ne peux pas faire autrement que de partir, alors dans une maison de reves, c'est parfait.
Bizzz

CathyR said...

It sounds like everything is coming together for you. The kitchen looks like a great place to cook and hang out.

It is great that you already have two possible jobs in place. Congratulations.

Teresa said...

I am so happy for you and Kentucky is a good place to be.
You worked hard this week to get all of this accomplished.
Let me know when your next crop is...will surely try to make it.

Teresa

Sharon said...

I dont know how to get this note to you, so I will try once more. I am so happy for you everything seems to be coming together which is great.
Cant wait to talk with you before you go back north.

Love
Sharon

Sandy said...

Things are moving along fast. Congratulations on the the new home. Building it your own way sounds so neat, but oh my...the decisions you have to make.
What scrapbook store did you find in the area?

Sandy

Scraplin said...

Boy it sure sounds like you had a ton of decisions to make on that house, but its worth it to get what you want! The kitchen looks fabulous and homey to cook in.

Kenda said...

Good luck with the building! I do hope that Nuku doesn't "punish" you for being away for too long. Big hugs!

Deb said...

I'm so glad you're getting the home you want! YAY! As for you staying out of trouble, is that possible? :-)