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Awesome Weekend!

Monday, September 19, 2011

Our son spent the weekend with DH and me insulating the walls of our new home. We will be weather tight with all that foam in the walls, once the ceilings are dry walled he will return to blow in a very thick layer of cellulose. We were his helpers and we got a workout-today we both are feeling the pain in muscles that haven't been used for years. It's a good pain however and it's good to know that older bodies can keep up the pace when they have been following an exercise program.
Our future sunroom:

One half of the helpers :-):

On the down side, our eating was terrible. No time or energy to cook so we resorted to Subway roast chicken sandwiches and EggMcMuffins. This morning's fruit and yogurt breakfast tasted so good after all that.
Can't wait to see what this week will bring.
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    Wow that is looking fabulous !!!
    You must be so excited.
    Looks like you were a good helper too.
    2359 days ago
    Looking good.
    Building houses sure helps to keep one fit! Even if you do not always eat well.
    Enjoy. emoticon
    2371 days ago
  • XENA47
    Insulation is good. I lived in an uninsulated house once. Brrrrrrrr!

    Food wise, your weekend sounds like mine. Here's hoping we both do better this week.

    2372 days ago
    Awesome and a question. What type of foam, you said blown in. was it totally the celulose or is that that new type the spray foam? Hubby would like to have the spary foam but is $$. Glad you were able to help and recoupe some costs.
    We have been talking about our Cottage/house. I so hope it does come to fruition. Have to have patience as know it won't be this year or next.
    You didn't to terrible in eating. aSubway isn't as bad as you could have chosen.
    Glad you are back to your yogurt!

    2372 days ago
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