Category Archives: House

Art and Wood

On Friday, I took my Challenge II to Atlanta (thankfully avoiding the traffic nightmare that ensued since both President Trump and Vice-President Pence were in town) to the High Museum. We spent about an hour doing a quick walk through … Continue reading

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Mowing and Other Summer Activities

At the old house, I would need to mow the yard quite often: at times every five days was not too frequent. The grass was thick, the yard held a lot of moisture, and the yard was big—two hours was … Continue reading

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End of Another School Year

Rebekah and I finished up another year of Classical Conversations on Tuesday. Here’s the before and after. Hopefully we all learned a few things. Rebekah still has a little math and biology to finish up, but it’ll be nice to … Continue reading

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Surprises

Buying a house often comes with a few surprises. Usually people mean negative things when they talk about surprises after buying a house. We had a surprise with our new house, but this surprise was pleasant. We have lots of … Continue reading

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From Start to Finish

The progression from work shop to study: November 1 December 3: December 7: December 10: December 12: December 15: December 17: December 19: December 20: Now it’s time to fill it up with shelves and books, a desk, and a … Continue reading

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The Unfinished Room

In 24 days, this room needs to be finished and ready for company.

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House Progress Part II + Fall + Lauren

The painting is finished, but the carpet has been postponed until next week. However, I have moved the first piece of furniture: a bed from Lauren and Jenna’s room, which is going in a room with no carpet. The colors … Continue reading

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