Saturday, March 14, 2009

Home Construction - Week 2

Thanks to Ginger, we have more pictures of our future home to share with you. These pictures of the foundation were taken this past Thursday!

Thanks to the pictures we can now visualize having storage and to some extent the craft studio, which will be where the big doorway and the window openings are in the rear of the house.

I've going to owe Ginger big for her willingness to go walking in the muddy field to get pictures from every angle. I know for a fact that she prefers 4 inch heels to rubber boots, LOL!

Looks like my neighbor's house is doing great too! They chose the closed in deck to our open one. Personally I didn't want to spoil the view from the kitchen and family room!

7 comments:

CathyR said...

Progress is being made. You will have a new home in no time.

Shannon said...

Wow a new house. Guess I need to check out your blog more often. I'm sure it will be done before you know it. You are getting closer to Indiana. :)

Monkey Girl said...

Wow this is looking awesome! So I see that you are packing everything up. Are you guys going to rent a place in Kentucky until your house is done?

Scraplin said...

Things are coming along nicely! You picture taker is great for doing that for you. I would be going nuts wondering how things were doing up there.

Kenda said...

The house is really is moving along along. Ginger is really a dear to take pictures for you! I can't believe they are moving so fast! It won't be long before they are framing it out!! Yeah

Lynne said...

Wow you house is really coming along.

Sandy said...

Being aboe to have pictures from the bare lot all through construction is wonderful. I remember when Shannon showed us some of her LO's of the construction of her house. What memories they will be. I love the idea of owning a fresh, new, untouched house, but I also like the idea of living in a house that generations of my own family has lived in. It would be a hard call....
I love being able to watch the progress and feel your excitement. Can't wait to see the finished product.