HomeRefurbers

New house building project #7: WE MOVED!

Blog entry by PaBull posted 12-14-2008 09:48 PM 1516 reads 1 time favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 6: Little progress on the hall closet Part 7 of New house building project series Part 8: Back in July of 2006, foundation finished, start framing. »

Yesterday we finally started to move, last night was the first night in the new house. We have a long way to go to have all our stuff up the hill in the new house, and the house needs still a lot of detailing and fixing. We have only cold water by the kitchen sink; the is no yard jet; the garage is filling up with all kind of to-do and fix-it stuff. But we moved.



View PaBull's profile

PaBull

700 posts in 2309 days

Entry tags/keywords

View Blog Archive
Subscribe to blog entries (RSS)


By subscribing to the RSS feed you will be notified when new entries are posted on this blog.

Recent Entries


8 comments so far

View tenontim's profile

tenontim

151 posts in 2362 days

posted 12-15-2008 12:18 AM

Congratulations! I know how excited everyone must be. We’ve still got a few more months to go before we can make the move. Hope everything goes smoothly for you. Keep posting us on your progress.

-- Tim

View MRTRIM's profile

MRTRIM

746 posts in 2362 days

posted 12-15-2008 01:47 AM

thats great bull ! i bet the kids are really excited too ! im really glad for you and your family , good luck !

View dustygirl's profile

dustygirl

321 posts in 2150 days

posted 12-15-2008 04:31 PM

Glad to see you finally got moved PaBull.It must have felt really good to finally sleep in the new place.Congratulations.

-- Dustygirl Hastings,Ont. Life is too short to sit around doing nothing

View PaBull's profile

PaBull

700 posts in 2309 days

posted 12-15-2008 05:28 PM

Thanks for your comments. Yesterday, one day after the move we got the Christmas tree with the whole gang, 15 seater and trailer in tow. The little kids can not help them selves running up one stairway and down the other. They are so full of energy I wished I had some of it left in me.

I am having a hard time with the change of “the project”; for four years you work on it and at night I have the place all for myself and than overnight eleven people (two boys live in a barn on the property) move in and you are being told what the next project is; my garage is over flowing with stuff that can absolutely not be in the house or needs to be fixed.

Today, Monday it is raining. This will slowdown the move. We have most of the stuff up in the new house, and have been getting by now for two days, but when you go back in the old house it seem like it is still more than 75% full. Wander where this needs to go. Maybe put a match to it?

I’ll keep you guys posted!

View ThaddeusY's profile

ThaddeusY

1 post in 2029 days

posted 03-02-2009 10:13 AM

Payday Lenders are important to Ohio’s economy. Ted Saunders , C-E-O of Check-Smart, observes that banks have begun offering short term credit loans, at fees higher than the maligned payday lenders. So, what essentially is happening, is that the already honest and compliant lenders of Instant Payday Loans have been run off, and free reign has been given to the banks, who are the crooks that created the economic crisis to begin with. There are many people who are against payday loans, but I don’t think they can be easily beaten.

View PaBull's profile

PaBull

700 posts in 2309 days

posted 03-02-2009 05:18 PM

Thanks ThaddeusY, but I am missing your point?????

View MRTRIM's profile

MRTRIM

746 posts in 2362 days

posted 03-03-2009 01:51 AM

i think hes gettin ready to ask you if he can borrow some money bull ! lol

View PaBull's profile

PaBull

700 posts in 2309 days

posted 03-03-2009 01:58 AM

Thanks MrT, but I might have to refer him to you…. or to Martin…......

You must be signed in to post the comments.

DISCLAIMER: All views and comments posted by members are not necessarily those of HomeRefurbers.com or of those working on the site.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

LumberJocks.com :: woodworking showcase

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

GardenTenders.com :: gardening showcase