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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

In Need of Restful Day

And today is my restful day. I could sleep all day to rest but even I called this restful, I have children to teach and watch. What a two months of moving/cleaning/repairing and I can't still see the end of it all. Maybe I will today a lighter day of house-work load. he he he

An early morning sun @ Chestnut Ridge Farms

Our classroom is set-up. In-laws suite is ready to move-in to. Big kitchen is only waiting for counter top & backsplash. Kitchen hard wood flooring started. Laundry room hooked up. One toilet, two sinks, one shower running. Everything else are on hold until we get to it.

We still have so much things to do. Wood & coal furnace will be hook-up today. The duct work will be DH jobs. We have one propane heat running to warm a room that we all sleep in. The children bedrooms are still waiting for fresh paint to be set up, as well as the master bedroom.

Whew! Just talking about all the things need to get done makes me very tired. I better start my restful day.


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