since I featured one of the "Home of the Week," posts. This $1.9 million Edwardian home shows so much promise from the outside but when you see the inside all you want to know is "WHAT WERE YOU THINKING???" Seriously why decorate an old home like that? It could be worse I guess they could have ripped out ALL the period features? I'll pass.
The "condo of the week" is on for $620,000. I am not "into" these industrial loft like accommodations, though will say the polished concrete floor does look nice in the photos. However what it looks like in real life may be totally different. Never had polished concrete floors, so no idea how durable they are?
Love this photo of Miss Nora. She's probably thinking to herself; "gosh it's hard work being a baby!"
She's starting to sleep a tiny bit longer through the night. Dd tries to have her in her crib by 8 pm to 8:30 pm on a night and she can sleep for 5 or 6 hours. Then she'll be up for a feed a couple of hours after that and then is generally up again a couple hours after that. Miss Nora is coming up ten weeks old now.
Then finally just when you think my life can not get any more exciting I spent a delightful half hour emptying partial cans of old paint into other cans so I can put the empty cans into the recycling bin.
I ended up with putting five empty cans into the recycling bin and now have a total of six cans in the garage waiting to go to the hazardous waste drop off in May. Still have a couple more cans to go through but they can wait for another week.