I have begun substitute teaching which I absolutely love. Here is me on my very first day with my older son as I subbed in his AP US Government class.
And of course the house has been changing. In my last blogpost I left off with this - demolition complete with new lumber in stacks ready for the walls to come up.
In early November the first wall went up facing the street. I remember thinking, "It's so tall!"
The huge beam went in which delineates the kitchen area from the living area.
Ceiling joists began to appear.
I was given a sign for the Garage Kitchen. My boy is so silly & awesome.
Roof line began and I was finally able to visualize what I'd seen on paper. Exciting day!
Then the beginnings of my new front porch.
Ugly original garage roof in process of demolition.
New garage roof to match. It's chilly in the garage kitchen.
View facing south: Roofer has arrived!
Then there were windows!
This is where things stand now. After weeks of inside rough work (electrical, plumbing, etc.) which makes it appear like things have slowed down, they are now ready to start wrapping the house.
Wrapping = warmth.
Inside facing east toward front of the house. Drywall has been delivered!
Facing north. My new range will be set directly in the middle of the sheer wall. Window on the left is my kitchen window and the sink cabinet will be centered there.
The doorway left of the kitchen window is the entry for my pantry.
Wishing you all the Happiest of Holidays!