Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Extreme Makeover- Home Edition

Extreme makeover came the other day to a neighboring town near us. Today we went to see them as they were demolishing the barn that was near the house. I took all the pictures as Mom talked with a stranger about how their houses need extreme makeovers. I certainly can not disagree with Mom there. The old house is still standing and the extreme makeover team is planning on demolishing it tomorrow. We didn't see anyone really famous but it was still see construction workers (who all had "extreme makeover: home edition" logos written on the back of their shirts) running around. However we did see a guy that was the location manager and he came over to the crowd and was talking to my dad. He explained that Tye Pennington was not at the house today because he was at the other house (supposedly they do two houses at the same time). He was interesting, however he was constantly interrupted with people trying to get a hold of him as he was talking to us. One of the times he got stop by someone who was on the wrong channel and was yelling at someone which he was very amused by.Here is the old house. It was in pretty rough shape and the roof looked like it was falling in. I'm not sure exactly when the show is going to premiere but I do know that it will be sometime in November so watch for it.

This really doesn't have anything to do with the rest of the post but what ever. My family was eating dinner when I asked Mom:

"Do you remember the time when you almost ran over Sherman's tail with the lawn mower and he ran all the way to Phoenix St."

"No." she replied.

" Good because it never happened."

That is a good sign has not gone crazy. At least not yet anyway. It will probably come before I know it. jk


Anika said...

sweeeeeeet. We had a person's house make-overed somewhere in a near town too. it was like a house that burned, and got robbed and stuff.

Princess Abigail said...

Hmmm, I think you are growing on me young man ... you are quite funny in a 'British humour' kind of way. Good boy! The Bernard Bunch will continue to read your blog quite closely!!!