Extreme Makeover: Catholics Next Door Edition

First off, thanks to Janice Givens for joining us on the program yesterday. If you’re interested in getting involved in incredibly meaningful mission work, please be sure to check out Mustard Seed Communities. Janice has been encouraging us to go on a trip to help out with Mustard Seed, and the more I hear about it, the more I think I’d like to do this some day.

Thanks also to Fr. Phillip Chavez for joining us on the program today (Thursday).

And if you’re curious about some of the stuff we talked about today:

And as promised, here are some pictures showing the progress on the house. Slowly but surely it’s all coming together. This first picture is our living room wall, taken yesterday morning. Below the living room walls have received their final coats.

Last night we put the first coat of paint on the dining room wall. Tonight, Jennifer wants to put down primer everywhere we possibly can.

Below is the part we’re really, really excited about. I still can’t believe that after 10 years we finally bit the bullet and we’re having our screened in porch converted into a room. They did all of this in about 3 hours yesterday:

This morning they started putting up the walls:

By the time our show was over, all the walls were up and the window had been installed (below). There’s a very good chance that the entire room will be finished tomorrow, with the exception of carpet. We still need to figure that one out.

Once this is done, we just need to finish painting, finalize our choice of a new couch, and get the TV hung and we’re ready for the baby!

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Greg is married to Jennifer. They've got five kids.

2 comments on Extreme Makeover: Catholics Next Door Edition

  1. Zina says:

    Can we say “nesting”?

  2. Dan says:

    Forget “nesting” Zina! With the size their family is getting it’s more like “caving”!! 😉 BTW, Greg, is that “baseball field” off the porch your back yard!?! And you are worried about not having enough space! You should see our .09 acre “postage stamp” lot in MA. I guess it’s time we move to GA!

    Peace,

    Dan

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