House Plans and Thanks

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Man guys...I have hit the big time.  I am getting regular spam commenters. For accident lawyers. Miami accident lawyers to be precise. Sorry, I didn't copy the link down.

Next time I have an accident in Miami, I will know where to call...Saul Goodman (btw Better Call Saul, for the win!)

Either way, if you feel inclined to comment on my posts now, you need to identify yourself.  Which I guess, isn't a bad thing...because maybe you are commenting to let me know that I am your long lost relative, that has a large Ghana. My blank cheque is in the mail! I need to pay for a new house after all.

(Insert segue way to...) Cuz I have beautiful blue prints of my hope-to-be-house!! (Thanks Adam! They are soo beautiful!)

However, I have decided that the drawings are enough..and I will make a paper doll house out of the prints. Who needs a new house when you can just pretend?

Way cheaper.

In all seriousness, do you ever have a big fabulous, calculated plan that doesn't pan out?  I am terrified this will be the case with our house. The plans being completed are like a reality kick. Things can be in motion.

It feels too amazing to be true...

Emma added the wand for decoration

Cuz look! I have main floor laundry! And coat closets! And PRIVACY!!

And yet, it feels so far away, with many obstacles to over come.

So I shall continue to look at the plans and dream and hope...and I guess if all else fails, we have our current house to live in...which is something to be thankful for.

Hope this evening finds you well and tomorrow you take some time to be thankful for all the things we take for granted and for those that allowed us to be free to enjoy them.




  1. Just discovered your blog, and I love it. I live just outside Boston, but I have a home in Meteghan that I plan to retire to soon. House plans are exciting, and I wish you all the best. Loving your posts. Always wonderful to discover another creative soul in SW NS. All the best, Margaret Jeddry

    1. That is so kind of you Margaret! I have lots of friends and coworkers from Meteghan! Hope you continue to follow along!