We were supposed to meet the guy who did the home inspection at noon at the playground in the mall (distraction for DS2) He never showed but did call. It seem he had so much to write that he needed to go home and do so and could he come over tonight to talk to us about the house. OK, we expected a problem with a couple broken windows and a semi minor plumbing problem. This however doesn't sound good. I may be house hunting again. I have planned the kids rooms though. DS2 is space happy so we want to do a navy (or so) ceiling for stars and planets, and continue it a bit down the walls. The walls will have the space shuttle ready for launch or flying in the sky as well as some space stuff, like the space station etc. Maybe a luner lander on the ground. I have been trying to figure out how on earth I would do this (no artistic talent here at all) and a friend of mine mentioned at church how much she loves to draw on walls. I was thrilled (make that THRILLED) and screamed in delight. The girls room is to have a tree with a flower border and the sun shining and a swing from the tree and butterflies and... Our room I haven't quite figured out. The playroom downstairs will have Veggie Tales stuff in it. On every door I want to write a significant Bible verse (they are all significant I know but some apply to my son more than others as well as us...) On th efront door (outside) I want "As for me and my house we will serve the Lord." I think I can stencil that if I find a good set of letters. The kitchen hopefully will have a vine going around th eroom continuing into the dining room with "You are the vine, we are the branches." on it. I hope to trim the library (small hallway but big enough for several bookcases) with books of the Bible trim. One of bathroom will have sea life in it (I have a net from when we went crabbing) and the other maybe birds. Haven't figured out th eliving room yet, but someone did offer us a free couch today. That should make the living room more comfortable since we only hav etwo chairs so far.
This doesn't sound good!
November 2nd, 2006 at 10:03 pm