Monthly Archives: September 2014

It’s officially fall – -my absolute, hands down, favorite time of year!  Spring?  Too rainy.  Summer?  Too humid.  Winter? I hate being cold, and having wet feet, and driving on slushy roadways, and shoveling/snow blowing the driveway, and picking up frozen poop, (I could keep going on about my dislike of winter).  But fall?  Oh, […]

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I grew my very first herb garden this past spring.  I’ve loved having fresh basil for drinks (put it in water, it’s delicious!) and rosemary and cilantro for grilling.  I haven’t even used half of the herbs I still have growing, and I don’t want them to go to waste.  So with the colder weather […]

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Adding character to a small, builder grade 1960’s colonial doesn’t just happen.  And doing it on a budget?  Let’s just say it’s not easy!  But in every room, during each renovation process, the space always takes a turn towards character with two things…trim and doors.  The master reno wasn’t any different. While we waited for […]

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It’s no big surprise that my house is far from finished.  Sometimes I just don’t feel like working on endless projects that never seem to have an end date.  Sometimes I want to actually accomplish something.  Sometimes I want a project to take a few hours and not a few months.  Enter – – Giant DIY […]

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During most renovations I can envision the final product, or at the very least, I can envision the idea of the final product.  But when it came to the master, I couldn’t see it.  Nothing.  Nada.  It was nothing but a mess of ugly, cracking walls, coupled with a debris and dust mine field.  Luckily though, […]

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