Tough Times. When Ayla was born, her parents thought she was a normal, healthy baby. At 3 weeks, when she struggled to breath, they realized something was seriously wrong. Ayla was diagnosed with atrioventricular canal defect, a serious but treatable heart condition.
Cynthia Armstrong is a long time Ulrich customer.
Cynthia’s home was in Arlington, but she wanted a place in the country. She purchased land in rural Alvarado, but she still had a problem. How could she get a large home without getting a mortgage? In 2011 while working in Afghanistan, she was praying about it. “God told me, ‘Check Ulrich,’ ” says Cynthia.
So she did. Together with the Ulrich rep, she formed a plan. She decided to buy four 16×52 cabin shells from Ulrich. She designed the layout to form a giant “C”. After all, her name is Cynthia! Two of the cabin shells were positioned side by side, while the other two formed the ends. The cabin shells were then modified to make a large unified space, equalling well over 3000 sq ft.
After Cynthia finished paying off the cabins in January 2014, she began work on the interior. Plumbing, electrical, and drywall went in as funds allowed. Rather than spending big bucks on hardwood flooring, she opted to simply stain and seal the plywood floor herself. She’s not quite finished with the project, but she’s getting pretty close.
Nice job, Cynthia! We wish you many happy years in your special home!
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