|Happy Tiny Holidays!|
What we learned:
1. This will not be an annual tradition.
2. The dishes take about as long as the project- 3 hours.
3. JUST BUY A KIT.
First we had to draw out our little blue prints and then cook them up!
Then I glued the basic gingerbread structure together with a sugary sop (which is incredibly messy). This guy was all too happy about the "building materials".
Haha, aside from it being an unforseen time suck- it was fun to get a little messy and crafty with sugary sweets.
|At long last! Our door!|
We saved ourselves several hundred dollars just by looking for bargains and being willing to drive. Craigslist is seriously one of the greatest things ever! If you are persistent- you can find just about anything for a great deal!
|You're looking at the front wall of our tiny home! --Sort of!|
So the holidays, which are always a blur, were made even more hazy for me due to a snowboarding accident. It was my first time on the slope in a couple winters, and the conditions were not optimal by any means- all ice. I caught a back edge, put my hands out, and broke my right wrist and elbow. It's been a week now and I'm already stir-crazy. I guess the good things to look at are the fact that I am left handed and that I should be in PT and on my way back to normal before we begin our build. At least I hope! We still need to decide on a date and etch it in stone.
I'm keeping things short and sweet from now on- maybe that will help me to post more often- I know this damn cast will too!
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