John’s House Remodel Continues

Y’all! We’re down to twenty-something days until the wedding! The flooring will go in today and tomorrow, and wow, it’s great to see John’s house taking shape.

In early October, John called for a sheet-rocking party, and the guys made time in their schedules to help. I love how my brothers include their children when possible in a project.

Since the sheet-rocking, there was a lot of work done on the walls with painting (you saw some of that in the random life posts recently) and now they’ve tiled the kitchen and dining floor.

Love,
Sarah

Drew was very pleased to be over with all the big guys.

Night help

I love this. Tina enjoyed time with her daddy, and as a bonus, she ran errands with Grandpa and Grandma and got a candy cane. 🙂
Unloading cabinets!
Making sure the marks on the wall are correct for the cabinet line.

“In the Lord put I my trust…”
Psalm 11:1

18 thoughts on “John’s House Remodel Continues”

  1. The house is coming along really nicely . I got new book and my kids love it done read so now we rereading whole series .

  2. What an awesome job on the house project and great photos too, Sarah. How satisfying an achievement for all of you! It looks like it’s coming together really nicely with only a short time to go until the wedding. These moments with family are special times.
    Blessings,

  3. Wow! The house is coming along very nicely. Can’t wait to see the end results! Will it be done in time for the wedding?

  4. Thank you for all of the house/work posts. We love to see the updates as we often work on our own house as the need arises, but mainly because it encourages my own sons in their hard work! Thanks for the example.

  5. It’s great how you all pull together to help each other out. I think it’s fantastic to include the kids, what a great example for them to see firsthand and even help out!

  6. Nice work and great family!
    I wondered how you keep the house warm during the winter?
    I didn`t saw isolations between the walls. We have a different way for building houses over here, just brick houses, so I wondered.
    Blessings,
    Susi

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