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Saturday, September 19, 2009

The New House


I got the keys the other day to the new home and have started taking boxes over. Drapes are now hung. The bathroom is coming together as is the kitchen. I still need to cover the old ugly drawer linings and shelf 'paper', it's vintage '60s and while my friend Karen thinks it's kitschy cool, I personally do not. And my studio, well let's just say organization is a very good thing! Best of all, the tot LOVES it. He can run all over and I don't have to worry about the stairs or the vents. He even keeps his toys more organized they all are in the front closet or the bathtub(don't ask :o)
On another note, I was so excited this evening when we were heading out to the new homestead for the second time today(I had gone out with the wee tot early this morning) Since I had been up since about 5 am, I wasn't exactly firing on all cylinders. I saw what I thought were those cheesy deer statues in the front yard of a home and I wondered why on Earth they would position the one with it's hind end towards the street. Now, while there would be times when that may make sense, it struck me when I looked at the second one that they weren't statues at all, they were REAL live deer! As we drove down the last main street to our new place we got to see a couple more beautiful deer out for their sunset feeding. After living in the city for so many years, I tend to forget about the wildlife that exists out in the 'sticks'. What an absolute joy! My husband also saw a couple of deer at the end of our street as he was unloading the car. Plus it is ultra dark on our street you can actually see the starlight. Boy, do I miss that. (I'm so used to those obnoxious orange street lamps, I don't know what I'm going to do with myself) Unfortunately, I didn't have my camera today(I know, for shame!) But now that I am reminded of the beauty of nature in the area around the new home, I will be on look out for some stunning photo ops. :o)

6 comments:

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I love one level ranch style homes. It looks so inviting with all the greenery surrounding your new home.

Amy Lilley Designs said...

WONDERFUL...blessings, good health...lots of love love love in your new home..:))))

Athena said...

Your house is very cute! And how lucky you are to have deer around. I miss all the wildlife we had in our old neighborhood, but it was fun to find a little tree frog in our house last night. :)

Census (aka Cen aka June.S) said...

It looks lovely!! I hope you are very happy there.
The deer sound awsome!!!

SANDY said...

Nice looking house. Moving is fun, hard work; but fun. Getting things organized differently a good challenge. Enjoy it and good luck.

Sorry to hear about The Deer, you can probably forget having nice landscape or pretty flowers. They are sooooo annoying. They'll eat everything. You can put out some coyote urine to keep them away and have a chance at some pretty landscape.

Sandy
Also be careful with the driving, they really do lots of damage to a car, fence, tree etc.

Jennette said...

Looks great!
Dropping in to say hello!
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