We are still doing research on the Horner House and haven’t forgotten it, but right now we are mostly focused on the Bungalow. The structural issue with the basement is fixed, the structural issue with the back porch has been assessed and is not an immediate issue, and we have begun work on the kitchen. The only other major projects are finishing the upstairs bathroom and cleaning up from the garage fire. After that we have about a dozen medium sized projects and then it will be ready for us to move. Right now, the Beech Grove house is about 40% packed and I am so ready to get moved! We still have to fix the hail damage on Beech Grove, as well as get it ready to sell, and the latest storm on Halloween broke the back fence. (My dogs really enjoyed getting a chance to check out the alley.)
Even though it’s fall Eric is still really busy with work, but he’s been working at the Bungalow every chance he gets. I’ve been doing what I can to help, but frankly, it’s not much. We’ve not really posted too much about my health, and I will not bore you with the details, but I’m headed back to Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic next week. Mom’s taking me and we will be staying for almost two weeks. Even they don’t have answers as to what is wrong with me, but all of the doctors agree that there is something really wrong, it is probably genetic, and I need to be seeing a Rheumatologist. This will probably be my last trip out there and then the doctors at IU will take back over. The hope is that even if they can’t give us answers that they can get me functioning at a more normal level. I sure hope so.
As we head to the end of the year we are trying to get moved as soon as possible, sell the Beech Grove house, and get settled so that we can really focus on the Horner House in the coming year.