Monday, April 02, 2007

Work Work Work…

After we cut the extended cable we get 14 or maybe 15 channels, if you count the ever fuzzy HG channel. I don't watch nearly as much television, but I do have more time for projects. It seems like I've watched through the snowy picture what seems to be every home selling show ever made. From the reactions of the prospective buyers it seems that people would rather see a “move-in” ready home rather than a “place that has potential”.

I’ve been pretty busy around the house and yard trying to make this a “move-in” kind of home. You may have seen my rambles on here or maybe you had to listen to me rant about my chores, almost as if I were complaining. I wasn't complaining about it, I'm thankful that I'm able to do all this stuff. I can't imagine paying someone for this work, it would break the bank. The two college classes are not forcing me into major study sessions, nor are they making me write page after page of dribble about Mark Twain. I did get to write a pretty good paper on JFK for my Western Civ class. Sociology is, um. It’s a class that I really enjoy, but it doesn’t really take all that long to do the work in this particular class. . Thanks for reading and/or listening to me ramble about this stuff

Anyway, back to the work subject. To get a good sense of the scope of work we’ve done around here browse through these, and then check out the other house folders here. The older pictures are towards the bottom of the page. Along with school, preparing this home for sale seems to have become my work. Frankly, I'm happy to have the job :)~

3 comments:

Joel said...

Hey Jon a little off subject but here is the link for the CSA I joined. http://www.timberwoodorganics.com/

Jon said...

That looks like a great program! I hope you report back about the taste/quality of the produce compared to the local stores and farmers market.

Joel said...

If I can get my act together I might be blogging a bit on just that! :)