Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Construction

The preacher instructed his Sunday School Class to think about the legacy they would leave.  He asked them to close their eyes and to visualize the most important people in their lives filing past their casket.

Then he told them to imagine what those friends and family members would say. 
Some of the memories were likely to be ones that we are not proud of.  

Then the preacher asked the class to think about the memories that they wanted to leave.  He asked the class to share what they wanted to be said by the friends and family as they filed past their casket.

Little Johnny blurted out, "Look!  He is moving!!!"

Construction


Little Johnny blurted, "Look, its moving!"

Not much, but just the tiniest tremors of life.

Three houses going into this subdivision on M-100 in Potterville.

Gratuitous Eyecandy


Since there is so little new construction to photograph I will throw in a few pictures as filler.

A million dollar view.

But not a million dollar house. They have a deck and a private, spring fed trout pond.  Life is very, very good.


Speaking of views, the owner of this house bought the lot because he was sure he would have a view of Mount McKinley.  He kept adding stories until he was proven right.  Twelve of them.

Speaking of views:  The owner of this house in Willow, Alaska bought the lot because he was sure he would have a view of Mount McKinley.  He kept adding stories until he was proven right.  Hat-tip to 458 Lott at 24hourcampfire.

Sometimes you have to look down instead of up to see the million dollar view.  False Solomon's Seal (Maianthemum racemosum)

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