Our older daughter bought her first vehicle and she
paid for it with her own money--in full! She works
for our home repair business, house sits, babysits,
mows lawns and in all her spare time she is
learning to be a pharmacy tech. Oh and she is
taking a math class at the college.
It's a neat truck, just the right size and 4 wheel
drive (very important with our steep driveway)
Right before we went and picked up the truck
our younger daughter brought home straight A's
on her report card!
Lots of progress in the kitchen to report. In fact, with
everybody helping all that is left is a second coat of
paint on the trim and then I can call the inspector.
I just know he is going to show up with the dreaded
clipboard in hand. And probably a magnifying glass.
He may even be wearing a white glove to check for
dirt and debris underneath the flooring. I wonder
if he will request a step stool so he can inspect
the ceiling for cleanliness.
If anybody needs me I will be in the hall closet
with the door shut and lights off until he's gone.
Can they be bribed with pastry?
Did I just write that?
Here is the outside entrance that I will use to bring items
in and to load up to deliver. Everything is recycled--
isn't that awesome? My husband is a genius at reusing
items instead of throwing them away. He makes
them work for what we need and makes them look
nice as well.
I still need to order vinyl graphics for the patio door
so nobody tries to walk through it. That would
be bad, wouldn't it?
Especially if it was the inspector.
Must be deer hunting season. Doesn't everybody have
antlers cooking on their barbeque?