It’s a beautiful day…

Thank you, Dawn!   Can’t you just see the March winds blowing spring my way?

To accept this award, here are the rules:
1. Thank the person who gave you the award.
2. Paste the award on your blog.
3. Link to the person who nominated you.
4. Tell 7 interesting things about yourself.
5. Nominate 7 blogs and post links
6. Leave a comment on your nominated blogs to let them know.
 
Well, are there seven interesting things about me?  I think I’ve already told you the few things that are interesting to me…
  1. I worked for a dentist on Saturdays in my teens.
  2. I wanted to be an attorney for several years, growing up.
  3. I also seriously considered becoming a nun for a very short while.
  4. I wanted to go to the Naval Academy and fly jets, but back in the day, girls didn’t fly jets.
  5. I love public speaking, but hate the telephone.
  6. I don’t text.  I have a Blackberry, so just email me!
  7. I don’t like lemon-flavored baked goods.

I’m not going to tag seven new people, but I hope seven of you will play along!

THAT is how we spent our weekend.  All that’s left is the roll-up door, the roof, and all of the interior shelves and such.  We had a lot of help from a bunch of the firefighters, and we truly appreciate it!   More trees also came down, which is so hard on me.  I realize the trees need to go, so they don’t fall on the house or mess up our septic field, but still…

How was your weekend?

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20 comments on “It’s a beautiful day…

  1. Dianne says:

    Holy cow, that is a nice shed! It’s more like a workshop! I’m jealous…

  2. laceylee says:

    Our weekend was fantastic. Thanks for asking. What is that building going to be? It like it would be a great work space!

  3. Sue says:

    I’d like to put a shed in the back corner of the yard to free up some space in the garage and keep the dirty/smelly stuff out of the garage. Think mower, and gardening supplies. Rob agrees in theory, but not on the style.

  4. Darcy says:

    We just stayed home and rested the girls and I made banana bread this morning.Hugs Darcy

  5. gaylen says:

    It rained for part of my weekend! Your shed is coming along nicely. Did you manage to get any knitting in? g

  6. Marjie says:

    We cry, too, when we lose trees. That is a great looking shed; I’m sure the Knight is secretly grinning over the loss of the previous one. And I don’t see any snow in your woods – hooray! Or, as the kids say, Woot!

  7. Mary says:

    Nice shed. We have a big Amish shed in our backyard; we also have two 2-car garages. ALL FULL. I require at least enough space in the in-house garage to park my car, but that is the only thing in all of these locations that belongs to me. I.am.not.the.packrat.

    Weekend was decent. A little shopping for my trip, bridal expo with DD (scary-we bailed early), and dinner with one of the sons. Not bad.

  8. Dawn says:

    Cool seven things!!:) Nice building!:) Craft room?:)

  9. AlisonH says:

    There’s something just heartwarming about new construction. Maybe because we watched our first house being built, maybe because we remodeled this one, but, it’s like a skein of yarn: look at all the possibilities!

  10. Blond Duck says:

    I wanted to be a lawyer too when I was growing up! But I mainly wanted to argue…

  11. kathy b says:

    I wanted to be a nun who went to Africa when I was in 8th grade.

    I LOVE all lemon flavored things.

    Weekend was work, but now I am off!

    Cricket and I missed each other!

  12. Amy says:

    Nice building!

    I don’t like to talk on the phone, either. I feel that, if I’m going to talk to someone, I want to do so face to face.

  13. km says:

    Bowling for the new 7yo in our house…finished up the afghan…made some more pizza dough. Good weekend. But, too much time spent with the ice on my back.

    I LOVE all things LEMON! But I can’t stand orange…so I get that you don’t like lemon…it just means more for me. =0)

    We could use a shed like that…but we don’t have more room in our yard.

  14. I think it’s way cool how you changed your mind multiple times about a career when you were young. It shows great self confidance and imagination. LOL…I guess I’m just skewed after dealing with several in a row who still don’t know what they want to do! Love the shed…color me green…with envy.

  15. Anniebananie says:

    That’s no shed. That’s a man cave. Mark my words, the Knight will have a mini fridge, the satellite hooked up, and a barcolounger out there in no time.

    We made doughnuts on Saturday and visited MIL on Sunday. Didn’t get 2 bits of knitting done. Kids are now at mom and dad’s for the rest of the week.

  16. Bubblesknits says:

    Ahhh! Now I understand all the shed-raising talk. I’d forgotten about the snow casualty. lol That looks like it’s going to be one heck of a shed! 🙂

    Well, I have two sick littles today. Looks like I’m going to be spending some quality time at the pediatrician’s office tomorrow. le sigh

  17. Anita says:

    The new shed is looking good! 🙂 I hope it solves some of your storage problems.

  18. Louise says:

    Congratulations on the award, Channon. I just have to tell you, I too considered becoming a nun in my youth.

    Your shed looks absolutely amazing!!!! I haven’t seen mine yet. Hopefully I’ll make it down today for an inspection.

  19. Barbara says:

    Now that’s some kind of shed, Chan! Storage be damned. I’d use it for projects! Never have room to spread out my projects!

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