And it did not stop with the weekend - our Zonta Club assisted in assembling 12,000 birthing kits on Saturday morning
Plus it is a wonderful way to make some new friends and work together to achieve something big
So it was a philanthropic end to another great week at HH.
Fencing was still high on the agenda
Even Jake with his injured hand was put on lighter duties aka my fence!
Craftsman HH was set to work completing the fence posts (which I LOVE by the way!)
and gradually it moved from nearly complete
To complete... and beautiful!
Pondering what it might one day look like - Do you remember when it looked like this?
Bit different now!
But my dream is that it will one day look like Mary Mcdonald's office - how beautiful is this?
Admittedly, she is the Million Dollar Decorator so maybe I will have to modify my design somewhat to fit my budget! But if anyone can master this transformation, these guys can - my A team ...
So back to reality...
There was more roof trussing
This was the kitchen at the beginning of the week
and this was it at the end of the week after the demolition team had done their stuff
The kitchen can only look up from here! At least I found a good use for these chairs!
The beautiful Erin was cleaning out her garage of all these gorgeous leftovers from her retail days. My heart skipped a beat when I saw all these Jill Rosenwald pieces - don't worry, many of them are making their way to a much loved home (mine!)
And how beautiful is this chair? I must admit a couple of chairs found their way into the truck destined for HH when it has been repaired.
And if anyone is in the market for fabric, I just loved all of these!
This single flower is about the only flora currently visible in the HH garden
But when this little bush grows up, I would like the HH garden to look like this one which was next to Erin's house.
The Ekka is over - and you know what that means?
It will be another year before we see strawberry sundaes again