Last fall we purchased the last little lot in the Fireman's Bluff subdivision. Since then we have been working toward our dream of building our own home. Three months ago, on June 14, we broke ground and started the construction process. Tim has been working extremely hard and already has hundreds of hours into our house. 

For almost a year this has been the day I've been waiting for, framing day! A day that brought the hours of work, the computer images, the blue prints and all of the conversations to life. We would like to extend a big thank you to Carochi Construction for their hard work and expertise in framing our home.
I was able to run up to see the gentlemen get started this morning.
The back wall.
After Tim got home from work we grabbed some dinner and made our way up to see our house for the first time. We sat in the middle of the living room and ate in wonder and awe of our framed home. Once I did a complete walkthrough upstairs I made my way down around the side for the first time since it had been framed last week.
Upon taking in this view of the home I started to cry. I was completely overwhelmed with emotion. This is our house. This is why we left Denver. This is why we are here. My husband had the dream to build a house and his dream, our dream, is now a reality. 
Words will never be enough to express how proud I am of him. But believe me when I say this, there is nothing, nothing this man can't do.
The view from my kitchen island. 
The unfinished basement. I foresee lots of play hours in this wide open space.
Our sweet bug is so good at seeing what needs to be done and jumping right in to help.
The soon to be front door (it will be red).
The neighborhood bear wants to be sure that we know he is still around!

Today was a good day in the life of being the Builder's Wife. None of this would be possible without our Lord and Savior. Glory be to God.