For those of you who are “inexperienced” in the joys of housebuilding – congratulations. You’ll live long and prosperous lives.
For the rest of us, we know that the process of building a home is one of long periods of expensive boredom punctuated by moments of even more expensive terror. We’re highly confident in this theory because we’ve now done it twice.
The blog follows the same pattern. The tedium can be more than a little “underwhelming.” Given that, we’ve picked a few of our favorite posts. If you want an easy way to start “A House In A Field,” we’d suggest that you start here. (But seriously, it’s a nice day — just go outside. You’ve got better things to do…)
This is the episode where they show all the old clips.
We have never lived in the former Soviet Union…
This nail might win us the Nobel Peace prize.
Strip Clubs, Blizzards and the Art of Contractor Engagement
“I am the leader of the pole people”
Who wants to live on Flying Point Road?
Laurie goes over the fireplace.
CMP Customer Satisfaction Survey
Cupolas not taken. (With sincere apologies to Robert Frost)
Today we talk of tile and paint chips.
“Pink isn’t just a color, it’s an attitude!” – Miley Cyrus
Cancer, tenacity and a big change…
Office cabinets and desks with long stories…
Rob has a blog too. Let’s learn about the design process.
Slate counters, Linda and the mystery of polished Black Zimbabwe.
We might have Moaning Myrtle’s bathroom…
“I’m not even going to bother to write a report…”
Remind me again – who did that?