Category Archives: Remodeling/Construction

The Midnight Climber

Turns out that sometimes a rather inconvenient time is the exactly right time to take care of a problem… or two… Continue reading

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A Very Convenient Truth

Having someone show up to do something you dreaded doing… how else can you explain that except “Divine Providence?” Continue reading

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After the Highs

If you can think of things for which to be grateful when you’re tired, filthy, sore, itching and aching, then it should be pretty easy at other times, right? Continue reading

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Highs and Lows

Sometimes, even when the job is tough, we make it even tougher with our own mistakes. But… it can still work out! Continue reading

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Behind the Seens

Even when your hard work is not noticed by those around you, don’t give up! The good we do blesses others even when they don’t know how hard it was to get it done. Continue reading

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A Pretty Good Day

Broken merchandise, unwanted home maintenance problems and road mishaps… sounds like a perfect way to make a good day, eh?! Continue reading

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The Blessing of Inconvenience

Sometimes the goal of remodeling isn’t adding value to the house in the usual sense… sometimes it’s a lot more important than that. Continue reading

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