Wow!Nothing like a roof line to make things look homey...I like how wide it looks -- that's a roof to do things under! Do you have a fiddler lined up for your kitchen, yet?
*whisper*are you going to nail a pine bough to the "ridgepole" when the roof is done?
I don't think so. I am not familiar with this custom.All I need to know about the kitchen is where the M&Ms are kept. No fiddler but it will have a cable outlet so she can watch her soap operas in the kitchen. She is roughing it now with an antenna.
http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/smccd/departments/facilities/FAQToppingOut.shtmlI hope that link doesn't run on into the next county, Gentle Mac. The pine tree to the ridgepole is an old custom. At home in England we used a flag and mistletoe to celebrate a building going up. It's just an old tradition -- for good fortune.Does this mean you're leaving the position of kitchen fiddler open for now? ;}
Elena has fiddled with the kitchen all too much. It cost more than the garage!
Ah, but the machine shop in the garage isn't supplied, yet. That ought to add a tidy sum to the cost. I'm so excited for you both!
All I need to know about the kitchen is where the M&Ms are kept.THAT'S what I forgot at the store yesterday!The new house looks great! And I agree, they're moving very fast!
The roof shingles should be on this week.I have bridgemix now. Mmmmm!
Post a Comment