It has been a bit different here. There are no giant closets for stuffing things without a "place". The bedrooms are tiny, so the dressers have had to find new homes here. Oh, and the clothes that used to be in those dresser drawers...well, they are in the closet in a very nice, "open air" (aka open to dust, dog hair, dead bugs--whatever else happens to end up in that space) 24-cubby built-in. The dressers now reside in other rooms, holding different things than they have ever held before...it just feels slightly strange to me...and maybe to the dressers :) It is a bit like fruit basket upset--in our previous homes, when moving, everything went back to where it was and what it was next to ---but here, everything has changed seats. However, I am happy to say that...
The kitchen is complete and it feels great! I can actually cook real food now...no more $20 cheeseburgers. My wallet and digestive system are happy.
|Ed hung one shelf for my cookbooks...and my shrinking collection of 'lifelike' kitchen appliances from one of my favorite college professors. Thank you Mr. Jones, where ever you are these days..|
|I learned to love real flowers in DC..and will continue that tradition here..though a $3.99 Trader Joes bundle of flowers these are not :(|
|My magnetic spice board from florida is now on the wall|
|Any bets on how long it will take me to kill these plants?|