I say again–TGIF.
Between staying up too late reading or working on projects and getting up way too early with Baby Luke, aka The Paperweight, I am about ready to hit the sack right now for the rest of the weekend. But I won’t…besides, I stopped at the video store on my way back to the office after a meeting this morning and got The Black Stallion for Hannah and I to watch this evening while Eric is at his Boy Scout meeting. I really want Hannah to like horses (self-serving interest here, especially if we end up getting a bigger house with some acreage).
In fact, the realtor sent me some links yesterday afternoon. The first is a house I really like the looks of (and the square footage doesn’t hurt, either). It also has an attached two-car garage, which I kind of like the idea of because it will keep DH within reasonably easy reach (whew, that sounds bad, doesn’t it?). But for right now, when the kids both enjoy spending time with both parents, it’s nice to be able to pass them back and forth easily without having to go hiking across a yard. Anyway, here’s the link for the first house.
These next few houses are also pretty cool, and more intriguing because at least two of them come with more than four acres. Not that we’d be doing any serious animal raising on less than ten, but the extra space is nice to think about. Here’s the link to some other houses we’re looking at HERE .
I can just imagine spinning on the porches or decks of these houses…especially the modular-looking house with the view of the valley–not sure exactly what the view is like on this particular house, but in this area, the valleys truly are beautiful.
My event yesterday went really well, and ought to get some coverage in the Louisville Courier-Journal, as well as in the Governor’s Office for Technology “Techlines” newsletter. There’s a chance there’ll be some other minor coverage as well, but we’ll see. Keep your fingers crossed for me, especially for the Courier-Journal coverage (look in Wednesday’s “Neighborhoods” section).
OK, time to go back to work. And the sooner I finish work, the sooner I can get home and pick up the scramble project…wouldn’t it be nice to finish the rest of the six inches this weekend and start on the fringe???