It took four generations working together but we finally succeeded

I apologize for my absence this past weekend but we were undertaking what turned into a pretty big project.  We needed to remove our old prefab concrete steps and replace them with new ones.

This wasn’t an easy task but we worked on it all weekend.

The final results speak for themselves.  Lizze and I couldn’t be happier for more thankful.

It’s been a long time since I’ve spent this much time with my Dad and it was truly the highlight of the experience.  My Dad is so awesome and I honestly can’t say enough about how grateful I’m and for all his help and guidance, not only for my whole life but for this project in particular.

The steps turned out very well and I while it took a huge chunk of our time, partly because of how old the house.

It’s safe to say that we’re both exhausted but it really was worth it.

One of the coolest parts about this whole project is that it was like we had four generations of Gorski’s working together to accomplish something that needed to be done.

My Dad still uses some of my late Grandfather’s (his father) tools and so it’s like my grandfather was there is spirit, my Dad was there physically, I was physically there and so were the boys.

That’s a total of four generations of Gorski’s, working together to solve a major problem.

It was a bit surreal at first but everything worked out so well and I’m going to bed tonight, the proud owner of a new set of custom built steps..

Thanks for everything Dad.  I truly, truly appreciate it.. ☺

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Father to 3 with Autism and husband to my best friend. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)


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