October 6, 2013

Random Shots: The Bedroom Project





9 comments:

Quinn said...

I love the picture of your Building Supervisor! Very thorough, by the look of things :)
And your new banner reminds me so much of my goats...I always try to get a photograph of the moment when the kids see their very first hen, about at big as the kids themselves. That moment is priceless!

Dani said...

Definitely the cutest project manager I have ever seen... :)

Theresa said...

Cute, I guess he is reminding you to measure twice and cut once..huh?
Looks like the project is moving right along lickety split!

Farmer Barb said...

The boards are the most exciting part for me. Getting them on site and seeing their potential in my mind...Ah!

Leigh said...

Quinn, thanks. :)

About the header photo, I regret another shot that I missed. One morning all the guineas were perched on top of that gate and my littlest kid, Zoey, was standing below looking up, and they were all looking down at her. What a shot it would have made! I regretted not having my camera, but got this one later.

Dani, thanks :)

Theresa, good to hear from you! Dan would like to get the whole thing done before winter weather sets in. Our current bedroom is freezing in winter but this one will be snug and cozy!

Barb, LOL. Construction talk is a pretty hot topic around here. It's a lot of fun to dream and plan. More fun to see it happen!

Sandy said...

Leigh,

I can see the boss like the wood you've place in the room.

When you and Dan are totally done with your home, it's going to look like a brand new place.

Renee Nefe said...

Darly & I love your building snoopervisor too!

Hoping you get to move into your finished bedroom soon!

The Stay @ Home-Gardener said...

Pretty kitty. :)

Leigh said...

Sandy, kittens always manage to take over, don't they. And you're right, our home is totally different and seems totally new! It's a good feeling.

Renee, thanks! We are very motivated to get the bedroom done. The corner bedroom, where we are now, is poorly insulated and gets the brunt of frigid winter winds! I can't wait to simply close the door on that room this winter. I think the entire house will be warmer for it.

Cloud, agreed! :)