Yea Joyce Bennet! Huge congratulations to you! I hope you will have many wonderful years, meals, holidays, regular days and memories there. I’m thrilled that you have plans to spend Christmas there with your family. I hope it’s your best Christmas ever. We’re all very, very happy for you!
To all of you who didn’t win this year’s Blog Cabin, I understand your disappointment and I’m sorry I couldn’t build a log cabin for each one of you. But the good news is you get another shot at it in 2008. So convert that disappointment into hope and channel all of that energy into ideas for making next year’s cabin even more D-luxe (and green!) You (all y’all) are the crucial component in this.
So, just in case you couldn’t tell, I really loved building this cabin. I mean it was frustrating at times, sure, and man, it was blazing hot up on that roof! (I seriously think I cooked my internal organs up there. No kidding.) But the whole experience was immensely rewarding, largely because of you (all y’all.) I truly felt like we were in this thing together from the get go. As for the construction of the cabin, I hope you know I had your back (sometimes much to the dismay of the subcontractors) because I definitely know that you had mine. (Um, thanks for helping me out with that little window issue.) Reading your comments and suggestions has been my favorite part of this whole Blog Cabin experience and I will miss it terribly. This is my last blog entry, so before I go I want to make sure to give you all a big, fat thank you for all of your help.
Thank you (all y’all.) I mean it.
Keep checking back here frequently because the Blog Cabin 2008 team will be posting regular updates and asking for your opinions on everything.
It has been such a pleasure. Keep in touch, ok?