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Monday, October 23, 2006

Monday, October 23, 2006

I have really fallen down on my blogging. I am trying to catch up. Although this picture looks very boring, it is actually quite an accomplishment for us. We are very proud of the fact that we uncovered the remnants of an old garage under our yard, and build a shed on it. It took us almost two days, but we finally finished. Before, we had no outdoor storage at all, but now we have a place to store things so people can actually stay in our bedrooms without sleeping next to our bicycles. We cleared off enough of the slab and lined it with bricks so that we have enough room for a little patio when the weather gets nice again.

At first Dan and I thought we would have a Halloween party to show off the house to our friends, but now we're thinking Christmas...I don't know if we'll ever feel like we're done with it.

If you ever get a Home Depot or Lowe's coupon in the mail that you're not using, send it on to us. We can put it to use!

I'll try to keep up with the blogging better. Thanks for your patience!

4 comments:

Russell said...

That really looks quite impressive - oh for outdoor storage space... or any storage space.

Well done to you both!

Kyle D. said...

Well done! As far as Lowe's and Home Depot coupons, go to the post office and ask for one of those change of address/moving packets. They're free, and full of coupons and other things that you might find helpful. I'm not sure if there's a limit on how often you can use the Lowe's thing in there.

Best of luck!

Scott said...

hey jan- all sounds good for you and dan in your new home. Been awhile since i talked to ya. ashley and i both graduated from SHSU and are teaching. She teaches 1st grade in cy fair, and i am teachin elem PE in Katy. We are also engaged. I will try to keep you up to date on the latest news. Tell Dan hello and talk to you soon.

-Scott

J. P. Morrison said...

Thanks for all of the comments! Congratulations to Scott on graduation and engagement! Make sure we get all of the details about the big event.

Good idea, Kyle, thanks!