1. Yolanda says:

    Hello! Shayna it sounds like you two have been busy! And by the sounds of it will stay busy for quite some time working on the house. Can’t wait to see the yard overhaul when it is done! Sorry to hear about your teeth, As a woman who broke her canine tooth on an almond of all things, I had to have it pulled and am going to get an implant as well, or at the bare minimum a flipper tooth!
    Wishing you both a Happy Easter and looking forward to the rest of your updates!!

  2. Beverly Martin says:

    Shayna, I always feel happy to see your blog pop up! We all missed you and I am so pleased you are making a wonderful, creative new home with your love. The use of heavy duty yard equipment is a real treat! We are all cheering you on.
    Love Fridays and your new dress is very cute!

  3. Rose says:

    Hi Shayna
    I just had an implant put in. It’s doing very well. Just followed up with the dentist and they ex-rayed it and said it looks real good.
    Good luck with everything.

    I love keeping in touch with your home plans.
    Everything you do is so beautiful

    Happy Easter.

  4. Jeannie says:

    I love grid windows! Clear seems SO modern & blah to me.

    That dress is adorable.

    Happy Easter!

  5. Gwen says:

    Oh no. My daughter’s took years and years when she was young. It was so very painful. I’m glad implants are perfected. Wish they were not so pricey though.
    I’m most excited about the landscaping!!! I used to do that as my hobby.
    That photo of the windows does look wonderful!! I dread all the things that are wearing out on my home and need replacing. My house is 18 years old this September and so many things. Yes. Even windows. The rubber stuff is coming out between the glass and frame!! I’ll just hide my head in the sand!!!
    God took out a tree for me last week and I was able to get someone to cut it up and haul it off. Now I’m debating on a new tree and possible relocating where I’d placed it!!! But it was great shade!! Oh the dilemmas of landscaping!!! Enjoy the process. It’s looking so wonderful.

  6. Dianne says:

    I have windows like these, but without the upper portion that look like a transom. It was so difficult to decide on my new build until I saw these somewhere and never looked back! Some of mine are 5’ high! I put clear glass casements over my sink though, could not obstruct the view I have in any way. If you want photos get in touch with me.

  7. Mary W says:

    Love your choices!! I can’t wait to see the finished project!!?

  8. Melissa says:

    Hi! Love your blog, it’s truly great. Just found it today & cant stop reading it. Would love to get your ebook too but the links aren’t working! Any idea when they’ll be up again so that I can order it? Thank you, great job, & good luck with your oral surgery/recovery if you’ve already had it. I’m facing that myself very soon!

    • Shayna says:

      Hi Melissa! Thank you so much for the sweet words, and welcome! I’m in the process of updating the e-book, so it’s not currently for sale. When it’s ready, I’ll be sure to share! Wishing you a speedy recover from your oral surgery! 🙂

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