• John G. Stackhouse, Jr.

Renovations…of All Kinds


  1. always require more demolition than we had anticipated,

  2. always make a bigger mess than we had hoped,

  3. always take longer than we had expected,

  4. always cost more than we had first thought,

  5. and

  6. always try our patience and commitment far past what we had thought was our breaking point.

But… if done right, without compromise and with unlimited resources, what a wonder can result!

And no one then complains that it wasn’t worth it, but instead exclaims,


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