As you can see by my new header, I'm tired of winter now that Christmas has passed. But the good news (or bad news, however you want to look at it)is that we finally have our house listed and it is ready to sell. We've sold lots of furniture since Christmas. The house is definitely looking "thinner," and as I told my husband, it must have lifted up off the ground at least a foot with all of that extra weight gone.
We have found a beautiful log home on a lake that we are very interested in but we can't make an offer until this one sells. In today's market, it's a real shot in the dark that we will get it, but we'll never know unless we try.
There's room for a garden, much smaller, of course, and I'll keep antiques around for sure. I think I'll go to the more primitive area this time.
If you'd like to take a tour of my grand 1907 double Dutch Colonial, go to
Happenstance House and search through the sidebar postings or just click here for easy access to all of the rooms shown. I left some of the non decorated rooms out and decided not to show bathrooms. Have fun and let me know what you think.
Soon I may be able to post pictures of a new house and in the spring I could be starting a new garden! I'm thinking positively. That's my New Year's resolution, and this is one resolution I intend to keep!
Don't forget to visit An Herbal Bedfellow for healthy recipes made with herbs, and also my newest blog:
Happenstance House -- A journal about my Victorian home and all of it's contents.