Alan was standing in front of our house on Saturday when a man in a three-piece suit walked across the street and made a pit stop in our port-a-john. As he left, he smiled and tipped his hat.
He's not the only one. A neighbor watched a bus stop out front and the driver hop off and use it.
Maybe we should put some reading material in there to make people feel more at home.
The kids are having a blast in the back yard. They'd be perfectly happy if we just left the trenches, holes, and piles of dirt out there and forgot about landscaping altogether.
The foundation guys are making a lot of progress and we should get the o.k. from the city to pour the cement in the next day or two.
The picture above gives you some perspective. The large part of the addition on the right will be the expanded kitchen and new den. The smaller part in the middle will be the new bathroom off of our bedroom. I guess I could have saved thousands of dollars and just ordered a port-a-john instead of building a second bathroom. Apparently they're all the rage.