Now Playing: Day 2882-Next GP Chapter... Turning Lemons Into Lemonade :)
Ahhhhh... fall... the end of a most beautiful and picture perfect season...
My question, "Where is the snow?"
I sure hope that it's not going to be another year with hardly any snow. I LOVE snow! The more... the merrier! We also can't wait to see how Babyblue reacts to the snow this year. It will be her very first time to literally see and play in the snow with Snoreo. Embracing her huskiness of such a little firecracker that she is quickly becoming!
These two are going to end up becoming best of buddies!
It was nice to take it easy today while Eric caught up on a few outdoor projects. There isn't much time left before the upcoming cold winter months arrive here in the country. Some of the waterproofing projects are temperature sensitive which means time sensitive. There is no longer any further time to waste. Eric did his best to quickly finish up what was left to do on the outside of the basement wall. At least the sun was out this afternoon and the temperature was warm enough to thoroughly dry the areas that still needed a bit of waterproofing. Our hidden lemon gem of a home has come a very long way! No longer have we heard the moans and groans of a very neglected home. It's as if the energy has completed shifted to a very happy home! Finally... content.
While I am recovering next week from surgery. Eric will finally have a chance to make a whole lot of phone calls with regards to errors still being reported by the bank with all three credit bureaus. His VA mortgage loan is one hot credit reporting mess! We are now on complaint #5 with the Federal Consumer Protection Agency. I don't get it... not one bit. How hard is it to report payments being made to the credit bureaus on a monthly basis?. I mean... really! The bank has only successfully reported a mere 2 payments. Still yet to report the other missing ones over the course of the past year. The only post-it notes on the kitchen cabinet for Eric to deal with now is solely regarding the bank. I look at this entire purchase, from start to finish, as one huge disappointment. Although... there is always a silver lining. We have lost a lot. We have gained a lot. But most importantly, we have learned a lot! Maybe too much for my liking. Crazy enough, I have gained a world of legal knowledge that most likely I would had never had prior to this home here in the country.
Well... back to finishing up some last minute recipes. We have a long week ahead of us and this way Eric won't have to worry about cooking. He can instead concentrate on being Mr. Nurse while I am home recovering.
BRING ON THE HOMEMADE CONEYS!