This is what the house looks like as of today. The garage is all framed up, as well as the basement. They have to fix the windows on the front and in the kitchen and then they will move onto to framing the inside upstairs. It's amazing to see how much it changes in just one day!! We went up last night and there was no garage...when I went up this morning there were all but 1 garage wall up. I think the crew thinks I am nuts because I love to go sit up there and watch them work. They are seriously crazy!! They jump from beam to beam whole holding 2x4's and such. Today the lead framer was walking on the 2x4 on the top of the garage before it was completely nailed to each side. It makes me totally nervous, but they always just laugh when I watch them...even today after I told the head guy he was crazy!! Anyways, we are pretty excited that within the week it will look like a house!!
In May of 2005 I married my husband Eric, and eternally banished the Murphy's Law curse. We met at Idaho State University in an Institute class, he was a recent transfer from a private college where he was playing basketball. We have begun our real life in the mountains of Wyoming, where Eric is a High School PE teacher/Head Basketball coach/Head Track coach, and I work in Special Education with K-1 kiddos. We love to travel, be with our family and friends, be involved with sports, and the outdoors. Eric loves to hunt, fish, play ball, design antler art, and workout. I love to do creative things like scrapbooking, crafting, decorating, and doing photography (as shown by my other blog). Hands down though, I am a total scrapbook junky!! We have a love for life and for eachother that has withstood a lot in the few years we have been married, but we know that the lord only puts in our path what we can handle and so with faith we keep on going. Through this crazy life we're just trying to enjoying it as it comes, we hope to continually make amazing memories that will get us through the hard times and keep us moving forward.