Saturday, December 30, 2006

Off to build a shed

We bought a 10 foot by 14 foot shed that we are building upstairs on the deck. I will fit perfectly into the corner and we will be able to put all of our stuff away into it. We don't have any room to really store stuff that isn't accessible to little hands. This will solve that issue. So off to build!! Will come back and post pictures when I am done!!

7 comments:

Amah said...

I love your new site!! You'll have to build mine for me hint hint

A shed that big might hold some of your stuff. If nothing else - it can be a workshop type thing. I found (long long ago) that putting one of the "prebuilt" things together is tougher than building one from scratch. Of course - they might've gotten better since then. yuk yuk

Amah said...

Ya got that thing built yet??

Amah said...

Marcia's site looks really cute. Got any with old people and ricking chairs w/ blankets over their laps?

Marsha said...

Yah S'te I didn't see no built shed. I am waiting for an update...........lol

brett said...

S'te,
My mother sent me the link to your blog and I have book marked it. I am not one of the greatest people at staying in touch, mostly I just find that I usually have very little to say. Fortunatley, at this point I do.
In reading your blog I am happy to hear that you and your family our doing well. From the pictures it looks like you Christmas was filled with joy and it gladdens my heart to see that.
Your children are all growing up so fast. It is amazing to think that it was three years ago that I saw them last. It is amazing to think that I have been gone for over three years now. I hope that you will tell them all that cousin Brett says hello from Japan and that I am happy to know that they are all healthy and well.
I also want to send you my heartfelt condolences at your recent loss. I can't imagine how painful it must have been and I am amazed at how well you all seem to have taken it. You are a strong woman and you are raising a strong and wonderful family.
I have book marked you blog and will stop in from time to time to keep updated on how things are going for you in San Diego. Again, please tell Rod and the family that I send my love.
I hope to see pictures of the shed soon.

Your Cousin,

Brett

brett said...

Oh, and I apologize for all of the typos in the previous message. English gets more and more difficult every day, for some reason they still let me teach it.

Brett

Amah said...

I'M STILL WAITING!!