For those of you who may be wondering what the KC Medicine Cabinet is? It's a local charity that's primary focus in to help people with their medical expenses that they cannot get assistance for elsewhere. With perscription medication, dental work, eye glasses and way too many other things to mention here. They do great work and we're pleased to partner with this organization for the KC Tip Off Concert coming March 9th with Little Big Town and Josh Kelley. It will be a great show and I assure you that you won't find a better price for a show that also helps a great local cause. I hope you will make plans to join the Wolf Staff and the great people at the KC Medicine Cabinet for this great night! (Click Here) to get your tickets now! (WP)
If you've already got your tickets to the Wolf Acoustic Christmas concert! Thanks for that, a part of the money you paid for your ticket will be going to the Salvation Army for their efforts to help those in need this holiday season. If you haven't bought your ticket yet, I have something else you can do that would be equally helpful and that is to buy new 10 dollar toy and bring it to one of our ticket stops, Click Here to find out where we'll be next. Or if it's more convenient for you you can drop it off at our studios, at 7000 Squibb Rd. in Mission, KS. Or Click Here for directions. We're open 8AM to 5:30PM Monday-Friday. I hope you can help us help some kids who might not get to have a Christmas without your help! Hope you and your family have a happy and safe holiday season! (WP)
If you're like me you're getting ready for winter and as most of my life revolves around fixing up the house and work. I was recently promoted to Program Director of Wolf which added a fair amount of work to my plate. So that has been keeping me busy. However, I did manage to get a couple things done around the house a few weeks ago. With my fiancee Kristi's help I got steps put onto the deck we built earlier this year.Â I couldn't finish the steps until we got the patio completed, once that got done. I was pretty burnt out,Â because it was so hot when we did that, and IÂ had enough for a while. Now that the weather is cooler it makes me want to get work done. So these are picturesÂ from that little project. Next on the list isÂ sealing the front driveway and patching some cracks... Hope it stays nice so I can get that knocked out.
It's nice to be able to check things off the list. Hope you're getting your Fall projects all done to be ready for the cold winter weather. Because unfortunately it will be here before we know it... (WP)Â
We had a great turn out for the Adopt-a-Thon last weekend. I know there are a lot of happy pets that have found loving homes. We adopted our dog Willie at the spring pet adopt-a-thon, and couldn't be happier with our puppy. I hope that if you're looking for a pet you will visit your local animal shelter and give a stray a second chance. I also hope you're enjoying this cooler weather! (WP)
It's been a busy summer and a lot of things still left to do, but mostly just enjoy the space we created in the back yard.
So that's the end of the home improvement blog for now. It's finally starting to cool off a little. I'm hoping that means more time relaxing and less time working on projects around the house.Â I love cooking and grilling and I have a feeling that may be where I lead this blog over the late summer and fall.
So after two full day's sweating profuslly and scrapes and scratches. We have a patio and sidewalk. We let our dog Willie out there and when we tried to call him back in the house we wasn't interested in coming inside.
So we have a little bit more to finish up tonight so we can take back the equipment we rented and finish up the clean up...
I will say that this heat has really slowed down progress in the back yard. I am optimistic that we'll be able to get everything done we need to this weekend. Everything is pretty much ready to go just a couple more things. We had an estimate on concrete and as much as we would like to just have someone else finish the work, the amount it is going to cost is a bit out of our price range so it's back to the pavers. Considering the fact we've done 90% of the work already it seems the most logical choice to continue on. So we'll be sweating profusely because the forecast is calling for the low 90's I think we can be good to go if we spend most of our time working in the morning and in the evening. Stay tuned, pictures coming soon!!!