I pass this barn between Elmwood and Murdock every morning as I drive to work. My commute is about twenty eight miles and takes about 35 minutes to arrive in the parking lot at Hamilton Color Lab. My first fifteen minutes looks about like this before I get to the I-80 interstate.
The full moon behind the barn was just too good to pass by, maybe next time I’ll remember to put my camera setting on RAW.
This is Week 2 of my Project 52, here’s hoping to better and better pictures with my new camera my son gave me for Christmas.
Just one of the major life events in the past two months was moving into our new house. I first walked through this house three years ago, the first time it went on the market. Due to various reasons, it wasn’t in my price range, and the timing wasn’t right. So why did it stay on the market for so long.
As it went through various realtors, and decreased in price I slightly said a prayer every time. Please let it stay on the market until I can afford it, and the timing is right. I guess my prayer worked. During the three years I met Randy, changed jobs, paid down some debt, and this house got a new paint job inside and just waited.
It may look like an inconspicuous ranch, but inside is a five bedroom, three bath, garage, huge backyard, deck and an AMAZING basement family room with a fireplace all in 2800 square feet. That is three times bigger than the house I moved out of three blocks down the road. By the way, my old house will be for sale soon, at a great bargain.