I’m thankful for my crew and for everyone that has helped me with this house. We’re not out of the woods with it yet, but we are getting closer every time we work together. And everyday, despite whatever crippling emotion I’m having at the time from all the stress, I know God’s in it. I know He’s teaching me. I know it’s gonna work out. It might not be my timing, but it will be His and that’s all that matters.
But as Daddy says, “If you’re not on the edge, you’re not standing close enough.”
SO CRAZY THANKFUL FOR DADDY AND ASA. Me and Asa got everything set up for getting things leveled and then we tapped Daddy in to help us get things fine tuned. I’m crazy blessed to have such a great father and a very supportive boyfriend. I told them both that I wanted this up on…
This post will mainly consist of photos. There’s truly not much advice to give about demolitions except: Be safe, work with a group, wear safety goggles, wear a mask if there’s mold, wear gloves, wear smart clothes, get a crowbar, and you must have a hammer. OH! And you need a killer playlist of tunes to listen to while you’re destroying everything in your path.
Earlier this summer I knew I wanted to for sure have a tiny house. I wanted it to be a permanent structure of 500 square feet, but since I don’t know where I want to land in life, I’ve decided to build a tiny home of 160-260 square feet. The problem? I had NO idea what kind of trailer I needed to look for. The second problem? I had no kind of money to put towards a trailer.