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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 19, 2012  

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  1. 3-19
    10:31
    am

    YEA!!! Its time we see something GREAT happening!! I am so happy for you and I will be up at some point to see everything!!
    Love always,
    Leigh

  2. 3-19
    10:40
    am

    Yippeee! Let the dream commence.

  3. 3-19
    11:06
    am

    It’s so exciting to start on a new project, the problem is waiting for the finished product. Have fun seeing it transform before you eyes. I pray it all goes smoothly til the finish. Exciting!!!

  4. 3-19
    11:23
    am

    Yay!!!!! I’m so excited to see it when it’s done!

  5. 3-19
    12:10
    pm

    That just makes me so happy. My life has been one big crisis after another lately, but seeing those guys ripping up carpet takes my mind off all the yuck and just makes my day!

  6. 3-19
    1:52
    pm

    Suzanne, Giving to the “Studio Fund” felt good on its own , but when I see the gift brightening the day of the other person the most delicious feeling of contented, peaceful happiness warms my soul.
    I wish you:
    ~~Peace & Love & Joy & Blessings~~

  7. 3-19
    1:58
    pm

    Woo hoo! I’m looking forward to seeing regular updates on the gutting and rebuilding of The Studio. And can’t wait until it’s up and running! Sending you good thoughts for a smooth remodel with no unexpected discoveries!

  8. 3-19
    4:02
    pm

    Oh, boy! Are you going to get to pick up a sledge hammer and take out some frustration on the walls? (That makes me think of “Fried Green Tomatoes.”)

  9. 3-19
    4:26
    pm

    I’m with you whaledancer! Suzanne..Wear gloves, but git yerself in there for awhile and rip off some panelling, slice up some underlay!

    Demolition is FUN and very “empowering” to have had a hand in the process!

    Pam

  10. 3-19
    5:27
    pm

    So, I have a questions. Are you going to have a place to stay like a B&B along with the classes?

  11. 3-19
    7:10
    pm

    Carrie, eventually I hope to build some cabins for farm stays! That is further down the line, though.

  12. 3-19
    7:37
    pm

    What a beautiful day to start your big adventure! I am sure by now, it already looks so much different than what it did. Looking forward to the vision…

  13. 3-19
    9:18
    pm

    :woof: :sheepjump: :snoopy:

  14. 3-19
    9:42
    pm

    Suzanne, it is so exciting to see this project underway! Cannot for updates and then the finished project!

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