|weeds from our yard|
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|weeds from our yard|
|stairs to the main floor|
|looking from the upstairs bonus room into the foyer (below the light fixture)|
|looking down into the foyer from above|
|entering the kitchen|
The combination of the narrow doorways and the curved walls reminds me of a castle! I love it!
But have you ever tried to put furniture up against a round wall? Or to hang pictures?
Even the powder room has a rounded wall, which makes hanging a t.p. holder a bit tricky.
The dining room into the family room -- a good place for the globe on its pedestal.
The niche in the entry foyer is a fun decorating element.
I'm still working on what goes in there.
That stairwell was a challenge because I can't bear to leave huge walls blank. However, with just a little thought, a solution came to mind.
The vinyl lettering kits were 50% off at Hobby Lobby. I bought two, one for the stair well, and one for another wall (a flat wall!).
I used vinyl lettering in The Brown Bungalow and let me tell you, not only were they easy to put up, but they were very easy to remove as well!
|Beloved with his steel peg board|
|the breakfast nook|
|the black/brown/white quilt in the dining room|
|the dog cookie jar is new/ the coffee sign has been with us a long time|
|some of my summer quilts on a ladder in the kitchen|
|the master bedroom|
|Mama's cedar chest|
|now and then|
|the deck table at The Brown Bungalow|
|heat stroke epidemic|
|Rent-a-Nurse attends to Grandad Bear|
|Mrs Berniece Mertz (our chef) and Mandy Sue, with|
Eaves Dropping, Home and Garden editor of the Whistlestop Weekly
|our dining room|
|my car says good bye to the Rocky Mountain license plate|
|my new Florida plate|
|over a bridge into St. Augustine|
|cresting the bridge for a view of the Atlantic Ocean|
|sand dunes, Sea Oats, and ocean on the horizon|
|a long narrow road off the highway|
|Beloved stands under some Spanish Moss|
|me, outside Aunt Kate's|
|the view from our table|
|Beloved's chicken sandwich|
|my plate of tuna salad|
|"our live bait is guaranteed to catch fish or die trying"|
|helping with shore erosion?|
|cleaning station for fishermen|
|more sea oats and ocean|
|boxes yet to be unpacked|
|bowling with the grandkids|
|"You stay away from my food, ya hear?"|
|Interstate in Florida|
|both of our cars at the new house - on trash day|
|3 wardrobe boxes and many more await pick-up|
|more furniture delivered|
|12 twin mattresses|
|the boys' dorm|
|the girls' dorm|
|a gift bag was given to us at the Visitor's Center as we entered the building|
|the view from our seats in the balcony|
|"Sir, we would see Jesus." (the inscription below the pulpit)|
|palms line the downtown streets|
|Main Street Bridge (I think)|