Nathan went to the grocery store magazine section and purchased a magazine of house plans. No, we’re not moving. And no, we’re not building a house. We are just looking and wishing. It was fun though. Now that we own a house, we know what it takes to maintain it and the upkeeps. So we know more of what we want and what we don’t want. Lesson #1: Building a dream house requires experience living in houses.
It was interesting learning each other’s requirements of a home. We discovered we have similar tastes in home. Nathan’s requirement was a place in the garage to store all the law equipment and the master closet cannot be in the master bathroom. I need a craft room and the garage needs to be near the kitchen for easy unloading of groceries. We had a great time looking at house plans and talking about our dream house. Lesson #2: Our dream house is going to be awesome! Better start saving now.
Nathan said: We looked at house plans when we first got married and so this was fun to see how our tastes and preferences have changed (or not changed) since then. Another requirement for me is a den and/or media room. You know for the kids…
» Tell me… What are some of your requirements for your dream house?
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