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‘It was like a dream’: A woman shares the best moments of a swift home renovation

The best moments during a swift house renovation in Alabama are often a blur.

And, for many, the excitement comes as they take a tour of their new home.

For Jessica Hittman, the home renovation took her from the comfort of her home to a brand new place in the midst of the storm.

Hittman and her husband bought their home in April for $600,000, with a mortgage that was only $250,000.

She said she was expecting a great return on her investment, but she didn’t anticipate how long it would take to get it done.

Hatti said it was difficult for her to keep track of how long the project took to complete.

She was able to check the clock and see how long she’d have to work on it, but even then, she still wasn’t sure how long her house would be habitable by the end of the month.

“It was very stressful because I didn’t know how long my house was going to be for,” Hittmen said.

“I didn’t have a clue how long I was going in and out of this house.

I didn�t know what the house would look like.”

Hittmen says she wasn’t ready to take the leap of faith until she started researching and asking questions online.

She also had a few months to figure out what kind of house she wanted.

She knew that the renovations would take time and money, but wanted to be sure it was worth the wait.

“My first thought was, �I have to get the job done, and that�s what I’m going to do,” Hittmans husband, John Hitt, said. “We didn�ve really discussed how long we wanted to do it.

I thought I was done, but it just kept coming up.

It was like, oh, this is going to take a little while.

It�s going to go back and forth.

“Hatti says she was in shock when she started getting texts from friends about the work.”

They were like, `Oh my God, you are doing this for the rest of your life,'” Hitts said.

Hitting a deal on the mortgage, Hitt said she also had to pay for some of the work herself, including a water-cleaning service.”

We started getting to the point where we were able to rent the house and then we had to buy a trailer to be able to move into the house,” Hatti said.

She says the house has been home to many family members, including her parents, who are both in the Army.”

When you get to the end, there is nothing left of us that we know, but we have everything that we did,” she said.

In addition to cleaning the house, she also installed new electrical wiring, replacing old fixtures and plumbing.

The Hittms are still planning to sell their home and move into a different home.

They plan to get a new one that has more space.”

For now, it�s just a house that we have,” Hettman said.