Tuesday, January 29, 2013

A Look Inside

Anyone tired of house posts yet?  So much has changed in just two short weeks and my camera has been working overtime trying to document the whole process.  Last week we were thrilled to see that the main floor of our home had been framed...just imagine our excitement when one week later we pulled up and saw THIS!


We stopped out on Thursday afternoon and were surprised to see that they were working away despite the frigid temperatures.  We too braved the cold and decided to take our first official walk through our future home.  

The main floor is very open.  I'm standing in the kitchen looking into the living room.  Off to the left is the dining area (2 pictures down) and to the right is the entryway, office and stairs leading up to the bedrooms.
There are 6 large windows across the back of the house that will frame a pretty awesome view.  Now if I can just teach the dogs to keep their wet little noses off of them!  The 3 windows below are in our dining area. 
 
The remaining 3 are in the living room (boarded over in this picture). 
 My future closet...it's probably definitely a little excessive, but it's open space above the garage that would have otherwise been wasted.  I've been told that I'm not allowed to fill it up.
 Harry's future big boy room!
 I might just have to watch the sunset from my closet every night!  Beautiful!

On January 14 I posted pictures of a framed in basement.  Two weeks later we have a structure that paints a pretty good picture of things to come.  Pretty darn amazing.
















2 comments:

  1. It looks like it is going to be a beautiful house!

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  2. Hi, I am a mom of a heart baby and am a friend of the Sees family (from Irene). They told me about your story and your blog and I've been reading your blogs faithfully ever since. If you have a free moment, please email me at amwaterbury@gmail.com. I'd love to share my story and get advice from you. My husband and I live in Vermillion - not far from you! We see the same cardiologist that you went to. Thank you so much for sharing your story. It provides a daily inspiration for me.

    Ann Waterbury

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