Then and Now We officially purchased the schoolhouse on October 6, 2017. The year flew by! I can’t even remember if we did anything to celebrate. Gramp says we drank champagne. I started this blog. To check out the very first blog post, “Gramp’s Old School” click here. I do remember that it wasn’t quite like… Continue reading Gramp’s Old School Celebrates One Year Anniversary!
Back to School It’s that time of year! I realized this year four family members (including myself) are heading back to school. Sarah Tefft took a teaching position at the Perkins School for the Blind in their new College Success program. Philip will be starting pre-school next week and I just registered for a small… Continue reading Back To School
Every now and then I ask Gramp to chime in on the blog. He takes this very seriously and I get a draft in my email first thing the next morning. This time I asked both my parents (Gramp and Em) to write something and they BOTH had it to me the next day! So… Continue reading School’s Out For Summer
A couple of weeks ago we had a representative out from the State Office of Historic Preservation. We learned so much about how our school house was built. This has put us forward leaps and bounds as we (almost) close the door on demo and focus on how to put it all back together. We… Continue reading Warning! Budding Preservationists at Work!
Missed You! Hey friends it’s been a few weeks! Gramp and I got a little distracted this month and yep, it’s still cold outside. This post is a bit of a catch all to let you know what we’ve been up to! On the Market Our house in Argyle is on the market! I’ve been stealing… Continue reading Winter Update
Author’s Note: after similar feedback from Em, Ben, and Jason Tefft regarding the last blog post I promise not to mention pxxp at all this time. Saturday So…Saturday and Sunday were big days at the school house. Ben and I were there bright and early (which means like 10:30 am when you have a sick… Continue reading Demo Part 2: A Little Help From Our Friends
Demo Interior demo was a massive five-day undertaking. There’s so much to share that I’m going to divide it over several posts. Gramp took time off of his regular 50 hours a week plus job to do a lot of the heavy lifting on this part of the project. I came prepared to follow Gramp’s… Continue reading Demo Part 1: The Dirtiest Treasure Hunt Ever…(So Much Raccoon Poop!)