I'll just throw this out there right now, lest I forget and end up catching shit for the next 20 years about not giving enough credit: BESIDES THE BUILDING STAGE, I HAD ABSOLUTELY NO INVOLVEMENT IN THE INSTALLATION PORTION OF THIS PROJECT. I WAS NOT HOME, MY BROTHER AND MY HUSBAND DID ALL THE WORK.… Continue reading Open Shelves of Joy
I'm 6 weeks into my new job! The commute is insane but the money is good, the hours are decent (9 hour days, but I get every other Friday off!) and I actually super love working in the same office as my mom, except when she comes to my desk and steals my peanut butter… Continue reading Job/porch/kitchen…jobporchen?
The great (minor) flood of 2017 came. Too bad we didn't have an ark.
Status: ACCOMPLISHED. Holy hell, what a weekend to be a Fisher. We are done with our front yard transformation! A HUUUUUGE thank you to my parents, my brother, and my grandma for all their help. Our house would be much uglier without all of you, you guys are the greatest, and we love you a… Continue reading Mission: Curb Appeal.
After the world's longest weekend of gardening, our front yard is almost done! Anthony worked all weekend (boo) but my parents and my brother Brian were able (and mostly willing!) to come over Saturday and Sunday and help me put the yard together. Brian and Dad busted their asses to build the fence on the… Continue reading Kelsey The Gardener
Our yard is coming together! The driveway and porch are dry, we are loving parking on the gigantic megadriveway. This is from last week, before the new driveway was dry. We don't have to park in the middle anymore! I'll get around to decorating the front porch soon, but for the past week we've been… Continue reading The most beautiful dirt in the world
WE HAVE CONCRETE! It took longer than we'd anticipated to get it, but it's here! On the ground! In my driveway! We were hoping to be able to pour the concrete last week, but it rained all week so it had to wait until yesterday. It's still wet, we can't drive on it for a… Continue reading Concrete jungle