Thursday, November 13, 2008

The Tree house and


Which house to choose
The Sprinter Home:
Best gas milage, most incognito, most convenient
The shack on the back:
Can be dropped off leaving a useable truck for work.
This Littlest house :
Bigger but less mobile
 

I'm looking for help on the decision 

9 comments:

djinn said...

I'm trying to help here--why is the littest house the less mobile? To choose, I'd have to see the insides. Aesthetics Rulz. Plus, curtains? Space for pots and pans? And how about Knick Knacks? What are you going to do with them? Inquiring minds....

djinn said...

Otherwise, with in insufficient, scant info given, I'd go with the sprinter home. Just 'cause.

james said...

I consider each home option "livable" I'm interested in just the kind of input that you ,djinn, just gave, Thank you.

quel said...

you've got great options! i love them ALL! when are we going to see you again? the treehouse is waiting...

katie o. said...

I like the shack on the back! It seems like the most useful, since you can drop the house off and use the truck. The van would probably end up less gas efficient since you don't have a choice about lugging around the house. And I think it just is more creepy to live in a van than a little house. cute cute cute!!

genie said...

This may be off-topic, but I’ve been thinking about the Boston Diocese’s problem with the whole adoption thing, and I think that what happened is that adoption rights were, in that rather disturbing phrase, “friendly fire casualties. In Boston, for centuries, the Catholic church held a position of prime importance, got to throw their weight around whenever they felt like it, and just generally behave like the party in charge. Rather spectacular misbehaviou by Cardinal Law, the Archbishop of the Boston Diocese (the details of which I will not get into here) resulted in a huuuuge hit in the power of the Catholic church in Boston. Six years later, they’re finally feeling it. Hence, the tissy fit they threw when they didn’t get a religious exception to the current MA law. Other Catholic dioceses, not so wed to the Law line have, adapted, as did the MA gov’t. So, I think the adoption case in MA has absolutely nothing to do with gay marriage anywhere else and everything to do with Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI coming into power. (He was the one who said “don’t back down.”)

This is a Catholic fight which has nothing to do with us. Let’s talk about the Wirthlins complaining that their kids were forced to read a book meant to instill the fact that perhaps it was a bad idea to beat the crap out of a kid whose family had a non-traditional marriage. Mormon all around.

That's what I just posted on a Mormon blogsite that has been complaining about how catholics can no longer arrange adoptions in Boston (but other places in MA)

Rachel G said...

I don't know what just happened to what I was typing. it was something about the wooden house being pretty and here is a song:
I saw you yesterday doo dah doo dah I saw you yesterday doo dah doo dah day!
I gave you a ride to SLC doo dah, doo dah, I gave you a ride to SLC, doo dah doo dah day!
In my old lovers car (that he can't sell cause no one wants to buy a car right now) doo dah, doo dah, in my old lovers car, doo dah doo dah day!
Now I'm back in LA doo dah doo dah now I'm back in LA doo dah doo dah day!

Anonymous said...

I'd go with the sprinter because it would look the best with carpeted walls and a wizard theme exterior.

cameron

djinn said...

Wizard theme, why didn't I think of that? Oh, I found the most beautiful clip on Youtube that I posted; the Band--Richard Manuel, the best singer of the group singing "Rocking Chair." Check it out. Assuming you read your own blog.