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Mar012011

It's done (knock on wood)

So yet again life has been a bit crazy here.  First, it feels like it has been snowing nonstop since the beginning of January.  In all this snow we managed to get our house on the market and under contract and we managed to find a house to buy and get that under contract. So yes, big changes afoot. We finished up all the little projects and it is so nice to live in a house that is DONE. Now, I get to enjoy it for a few more weeks before we have to start packing.

The new house is going to be another big project and believe it or not there were snowshoes involved in the home inspection. My brilliant husband brought two pairs and he and our broker easily manoeuvred through the 3 feet of snow, while I got stuck in snow up to my thigh and had to be carried back to the house. I haven't even started to think about where to start with the new house, I think I am in denial about all the work ahead.

I have instead turned my thoughts and attention to warmer weather and my cape house projects! So I am busily sewing away, making quilts for the kids bedrooms and thinking about which rooms will get my attention this year (the rule is 2 per summer).

I have also been busy working on my project up in Maine and it is so exciting starting to see it coming together. 

I thought I would share with you some finished pictures of the house:

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The Master Bedroom

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The Kitchen 

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The Master Bath

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The Front Entry

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Reader Comments (1)

I love your home, especially the kitchen. The use of wood flooring makes your front entry more beautiful and offers a warm welcome to your visitors. That blue framed mirror? Fabulous! hand planes

November 17, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterFlorence @ hand planes

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