Tuesday, May 5, 2009

It's nobody's fault...




(this time.)


The "workers" are here, and we're getting some new (much needed!) windows. For the past couple years we've been able to enjoy nice breezes...year round...windows open or closed. And with a nice wind, the windows shake like a freight train is coming through. There are much nicer "fun" things on my wish-list, but this year's tax return was most wisely spent towards windows, at least on the main floor for now. The upstairs, perhaps next year, they appear to have been replaced once already.


Anyhow, the kids here are going nuts over all the excitement, tools, workers, etc. Wooohoooo!

5 comments:

Father Schnippel said...

You keep saying it's nobody's fault, but I'm still not convinced Ashlyn H. wasn't over at some point....

Anonymous said...

Kyle - be nice or I will start sharing stories of you growing up that I am sure Jamie would love to hear!
Tania

Anonymous said...

Your comment of "And with a nice wind, the windows shake like a freight train is coming through" brings back memories of an old farm house I used to live in growing up. Plus our windows made horrible noises (I called after shocks) when it thundered!!!

Kurt H said...

When we lived over on North Main, in the log cabin built in 1835, the windows would rattle every time a truck passed on SR 66. That and the angled floors made it an interesting house to live in.

Kathryn said...

When we lived in Texas we got new windows one year and I well remember all the kids excitement with the workers and new windows going in, it was wild and boy did we love those new windows!