Hey, y'all! Been a while since I posted anything new. We moved to town and the cabin got run down a bit and it has weighed on the back of my mind for a while. I reached the point in the story where the tale begins winding down, where we started moving into the leaving it time and it got difficult to write. I hated going and, even though there were loads of mistakes and it had serious problems, leaving the woods and going to town hurt.
Well, it is coming full circle. My freind, just leaving a nasty divorce and broke with his credit toiletized (thanks to his now ex) has moved in to the cabin and is slowly working to rebuild it (and doing a hell of a job). His time and effort bringing it back up to speed is his rent.
My wife is wanting to go back to school now. This presents a problem. The house in town is too expensive to maintain and pay for on one paycheck. Well, to make a long story short, I deviously led her line of thinking around and let her come to the conclusions all on her own and, after a good long while of figgerin' and calculating and thinking real hard about options, I have drafted the initial plans for a small cabin to be built on the front three acres of my land that we will live in. I expect to spend about ten thousand dollars on it and, if all goes according to plan, we will move in early next summer after we sell the house in town. You will soon begin to see entries telling the tale in great detail of the construction of Bard's House, episode II, A New Hope!
Looking forward to sharing my hammerin' with you all!
"...Indeed I have burned the candle at both ends, and it gave off such a glorious light..." - Christopher Hitchens
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Theology is one hundred blind men searching a dark room for a black cat that isn't there.
Originally Posted by schitzangiggles
Atheism is one hundred blind men in a dark room claiming there is no black cat because they can't see it.