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And May the Gods Have Mercy...

Tomorrow morning at 10AM we start an odyssey. A journey of enlightenment, a trial by fire. A running of the gauntlet, a crossing of the rubicon. A search, nay a QUEST, for the holy grail. Yes, tomorrow morning at 10AM, we start the 9 month long process that will, in February of 2005 (inshallah), result in the completion of our

I will document the entire building process, as long as my nerves hold out, anyway. Complete with pictures, as many as the construction crew will allow me to take, and progress reports. (In case you begin to yawn here, keep in mind this is more for us than you, feel free to skip on to the dog posts.) I'm not sure right now if the documentation will be to remind me how the process went, or to remind me never to do it again. We shall see.

Wish us luck...won't you? *cringe*

Posted 07/02/04 in Boondock
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Michael said:

Man, look at the size of the master walk-in.

You should put a bed in there. :P

July 3, 2004 12:48 AM

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og said:

hey, best of luck. Always remember, it always takes longer than it takes and costs more than it costs. And make sure you keep lots of extra strength excedrin.

July 3, 2004 12:05 PM

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Andrea Harris said:

OMG, prepare yourselves for the madness. (I've been working for insert name of Large Homebuilding Company here for the past almost-year -- the process is sheer insanity, and that's just getting the building permit.)

July 3, 2004 01:13 PM

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Bill said:

Nine months, eh? Oh, naive youth!

July 3, 2004 01:44 PM

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*** Dave said:

Good luck, hang in there, nifty house plan.

July 5, 2004 09:42 PM

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jen said:

Woo! Congrats! And GOOD LUCK! I couldn't do it..we just bought a house and that was stressful enough!

Whatever will all be worth it when you move in!!


July 8, 2004 09:53 AM

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Lex said:

Nine months? I've experienced kitchen renovations that took longer.

July 8, 2004 02:24 PM

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