Happy New Year! Here’s to a bright 2017 and the realization of your professional goals and personal wishes, no matter how grand they seem from where you’re standing. The start of the school year and the start of a new year are always incredibly inspiring for me and I’m both grateful and humbled for the opportunity to look back as well as the chance for yet another shot. Last year was tremendously challenging for many (myself included) and I feel seriously connected to anybody proclaiming this will be their year.
The last quarter of 2016 was busy and ended on a good note. We were privileged to have taken on a few smaller projects in Sienna Plantation and appreciate those clients reaching out and allowing us the opportunity to serve them. If you find yourself needing some work done at your home in the Houston area, we would love to be a part of it. Feel free to contact me directly via email or text/phone so that you can be counted among our growing legion of satisfied customers!
I was hopeful that there might be time to build some shelving and cabinetry in my own living room but that wall must have grown between my imagination and the measuring tape – when I took the dimensions and realized it was nearly 13 feet long my vision of a quick and dirty project vanished. So the wall remains naked…for now.
We’ve also been busy prepping a lot in the Quail Valley neighborhood of Missouri City for construction of a new home. It’s taking some time to get the plan just right – the lot backs on to a golf course and I want to ensure the spectacular view is showcased to death. Pretty sure the designer is tired of hearing about it, but I’ve rushed through plans before and regretted it. I’ve learned the hard way too many times how much faster, cheaper, and easier it is to make the changes on paper rather than on site. Once the design is finalized, I will share it here as well as on our upcoming projects page. As it is being built on spec (that is, without a buyer) it will likely be listed for sale on MLS fairly quickly as well.
I will leave you with an image of the view I’m enjoying these days – my office. I have never had a space outside of my home or one entirely to myself and it feels incredibly luxurious. I’ve added this to this list of what I’m grateful for and know that it will contribute to continued success this year.