Thursday, April 21, 2011

Guess what?!?!?!

First things first, my sister and cousin are in town for the weekend...yay! Nothing like family, food, and laughs. Also, tomorrow is hubby's B-Day so we're going to have some people over to celebrate. Going to be a busy weekend.

After I got off of work today, we decided to go by the model home to let them get a feel for what the house will look like. After driving 40 minutes in traffic and wasting a quarter of a tank of gas we find that the rep was out in the field and it to be closed. =(   So we decided to take them past the actual house and none of us could believe what we saw!

Wanna see????


WE'VE BEEN FRAMED!!!!!!











15 comments:

  1. Thank goodness that drive wasn't wasted!!

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  2. Omg, did I tell you that I'm going to visit, lol. That's great news.

    I always call the models to be sure someone is there. Ironically the closet Rome model to us was near Baltimore. At the time we were seriously considering that model. I called the week and the day before we went to be sure we didn't make the trip for nothing.

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  3. @2011 I know now to call. Each time we've gone previously it's always been open. I think we had become spoiled and now have learned our lesson. LOL

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  4. Lol love the quote "we have been framed" that made me laugh and by the way tomorrow is my hubbys bday too! Something we both have in common and bday on earth day. :)

    So excited for you that you house is going up and soon enough you will have a roof!

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  5. @Stephanie

    According to one of the contractors they plan to finish the upstairs tomorrow and have the roof done by Saturday...Monday at the latest.

    I was so amazed that it was happening so fast. Just like everyone else he told me they are not rushing, he said it normally takes about 66 days with no delays. He also told me they will work 6 days a week to complete a home.

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  6. Ok, first of all, ya'll make a cute couple!! =)

    I can't believe the progress on the house! WOW!! Exciting stuff!! EEP!

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  7. Thanks Noey!

    That makes 2 of us...It is really starting to sink in that we are building/buying a freaking house!!!!

    Hey was does EEP mean? LOL

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  8. What an awesome surprise! It is so big!

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  9. It really is amazing how fast they can put a house together! I'm looking forward to more pictures. See if one of your neighbors will allow you to set up a "construction cam" in their window ; )

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  10. Yayyy! So exciting! Can't wait to see your pictures next week!

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  11. That is way more exciting than going through the model, because this one is YOURS! Have a wonderful weekend. :)

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  12. "eep" think about a cartoon for kids...it's what the kids say when they're excited! Ok..maybe I have watched too much Phineas and Ferb with the kids. lol

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  13. Yay congrats on Being Framed! :)

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