60. Bringing in the New Year with a BANG

Monday 12/27- It’s been a little bit over a week since we spoke to Jose, our cabinet maker. He has had a chance to draw up plans and we’ve had a chance to think more in detail about what exactly it is that we want. We met with him at the house today to take some more measurements and finalize the plans. Once it was all discussed and agreed upon, Jose asked when we needed it ready by? We told him that Geiner said the house would be ready for the cabinets at the end of January. This would give him a month to get everything built. He looked kind of nervous, and said he would do everything he can to get it done by then, but with New Years in there and the possibility that he wouldn’t be able to get his supplies as quickly as he sometimes does, he said he might need until the first week in February. We told him that we could work with that. Since he was doing everything from cabinets and closets, to doors, beds, night stands, tables, and chairs, we asked him to focus first on the

1. Welcome to our new life

This blog is mostly written by me, I’m Dana (the brains), with some guest appearances from my husband Ramie (the bruan). Breeze is our 9 year old black lab who we were lucky to be able to bring with us on this adventure. Its intent is to let our very curious family and friends know what is going on in our lives now that we have moved to Costa Rica. If you are not one of these family members or friends, don’t worry, you are more then welcome to read about our adventures as well. Please know, however, that this is not a guide on how to move to Costa Rica, or even what to expect when you move to Costa Rica, this is simply just OUR experiences. Also, please know that I am not a professional writer, editor, or anything of the sort and this is the first blog I’ve ever posted. If you find grammar errors or bad writing, I don’t need to know about it, just keep right on reading (or don’t… it’s completely up to you!) Also, I plan to update the look/layout of this blog as I discover it needs updating, so I’m sorry if things look kind of terrible right now, I’m learning and it will hopefully get better as I go.

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  1. Mike here: Keep on sharing. People like to live vicariously through adventures we all want to take or wish we could take. okay, maybe I'm just speaking for myself. You have a fan here.

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  2. Thanks for the blog, enjoy your experience as you do this crazy adventure. Enjoy the surprises that happen along the way. Best of luck to you both. Keep updating.

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