Howse to House TV Show #4 is in the books and we’re already looking forward to show #5! We are so excited to introduce you to our two teenagers, Libby Grace and Logan, who helped us with a few of the segments in this one.
Below you will find all the details, including links, pics, and recipes for this show. Have you seen it yet? You can click here to view, or go to the TV Show tab on the menu right here on our website!
Please share with your family and friends, and, as always, thank you so much for watching! 💜💜💜
So very excited to show you one of my money-making hobbies that I enjoy doing! Recently I was hired as a consultant to help a real estate company improve the outside of one of their properties built back in the 1950s. What a fun project!
If you're in the market to sell your home, curb appeal is everything––a necessary space to improve, as first impressions matter. With a total cost of $4,000 for a house painter and landscaper, I was able to greatly improve the curb appeal, and, according to the company, increased the value of the home by $20K to $30K with these simple fixes. Below are the before and after pics that are in this segment. Click on the arrows to see them all....
In segment two, in her very first TV report, our daughter Libby Grace brings a special interest piece on Lake of the Ozarks spotlighting how thirty million dollars invested by a small group of private businessmen
is still helping to provide electricity and employment for Americans ninety years later. Capitalism works!
Brannon's Worldview Weekend conference is held at the Lake of the Ozarks every year, and we look forward to visiting this beautiful area with family and friends. The lake is ninety-two miles from end to end, and features 1,100 miles of shoreline, attracting over three and a half million tourists every summer. Thanks, Libby Grace!
We're also pleased to introduce you to our son, Logan, who showed us his special guacamole recipe to add to my steak tacos. This is a family favorite, for sure, though Bran will never add the guacamole (or my sour cream concoction) to his tacos. His priceless reaction to tasting the guacamole for the first time, and his subsequent water drinking that followed were not surprising, haha. But the rest of us love it.
Below are pics of the marinated skirt steak, and the lineup of toppings we enjoy putting on our tacos. Would love to get your feedback if you attempt to make any of it at home, so please reply to the blog post! The recipes are on the recipe tab, and also below.
Thank you so much for watching our 4th show, and for reading the blog! We appreciate each and every one of you––your encouraging notes, replies, and shares. Such a fun adventure with much more to come!