She was looking forward to a vacation reunion this weekend – the first time she has entertained herself in the new home.
Diane was eager to see how things turned out.
The kitchen is equipped with black stainless steel appliances, dark stained walnut cabinetry, and generous granite counter space. The central island will be a natural gathering space for patrons enjoying holiday food and snacks.
As they walk around the house, guests will see plenty of family photos, including Diane’s three daughters and their families: Nicole from Lincoln, Mindy from Gretna and Sara from Axtell.
One of Diane’s favorite decorations is a photo of a farmer looking out over the countryside. Diane said the poster reminded her of Paul Harvey’s old radio show. It says, “And on the eighth day, God looked down upon His intended paradise, and said, ‘I need a keeper,’ so God made a farmer.
The house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom in the basement.
Diane said that initially she had no plans to finish the basement, but then decided to finish one of the bedrooms.
“Then I thought to get to the bedroom they would have to go through the unfinished space, so we decided to finish the whole basement,” Diane said.