Though this may not be the most epic photo, my heart is thrilled to have two beautiful new window wells to fill with plant life + Buddha’s + welcomes sunlight + of course, safety.
In true Jaustin (Jones Austin) fashion, this project had some major glitches that we got to laugh off. A snapshot of them include: 1). discovering a 2nd foundation wall in our driveway (a foundation we didn’t know we had though don’t need anymore- quite the lovely metaphor). 2) our bed broke as we were taking it apart to make room for the construction crew. Yay to a new bed frame!
3). We sadly learned that the dig and construction crew is not the same as the window finishing crew so we missed out on having the windows be fully complete from the inside Cuz we didn’t make an appt with - whom I’m affectionately calling- The Closer. So from the images, we still look at cinderblocks and broken drywall 😥
On happier notes, they left us with a lot of earth, an evened our driveway, an excuse to paint the walls AND doubled the square footage of our 🏡 now!
#egresswindows#egressadventures#basementmakeover @brighterbasements #localbuisness#backbreakingwork#adulting#discoveringfoundations#bringinginlight#safetywindows#buddhasinthewells#watchyourstep
**** WARNING**** This satirical post is intended only for superfans of Little House on the Prairie who have a sense of humor — others may proceed at their own risk. First Mrs. Oleson — now this... (AP) Van Nuys, CA Lindsay Greenbush, 48, best known for playing Carrie Ingalls on television's "Little House on the Prairie," succumbed yesterday to injuries suffered in the show's opening credits in 1974.
Fans of the show remember Greenbush tumbling face-first down a grassy hill at the beginning of each week's program.
Hollywood insiders say that when the scene was filmed, director Edward Gosnell demanded that Greenbush repeat the fall as many as 47 times.
Sidney Greenbush, Lindsay's identical twin, who shared, with her sister, the role of Carrie Ingalls, says she remembers Lindsay being "not quite right" following the horrific day of shooting. "They ended up giving all of the speaking parts to me," said Sidney. "Of course, that amounted to a single line in an episode after the Ingalls moved to Winoka: 'I get to sleep with Laura just like Mary used to!' Still, they didn't want to chance any dialogue on my sister." Greenbush's injuries led to the passage of "Lindsay's Law," which stipulates that child actors may not repeat "tumbling stunts" more than 10 times without a half-hour break, and that children under seven years of age also may not perform "high-falls" of more than 30 feet. "Our hope is that Lindsay's life serves as a cautionary tale here in Hollywood," said Sidney. "I'll miss borrowing her clothes." (Swipe ⬅️ for more) #littlehouseontheprairie#carrieingalls#cutdoitagain#watchyourstep @melissaellengilbertbusfield