Sunday, July 30, 2006

End of Tour

Ah - the basement. This is M's half. Stuff galore. And this is my half. Stuff galore. I am the catch-all. There is a table and chairs waiting to be given to a refugee family our church is sponsoring. Some giant box that is "too special" to tear up because she's still playing in it. That table in the back is supposed to be clear at all times so I can scrapbook at a moment's notice. Dream on!!! Thanks for coming for a visit. Virginia will walk you to your car. Drop by anytime :)


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7 comments:

Tammy said...

I just came by today...I had to rest yesterday after visiting all day Friday doncha know! It is very nice to meet you and I enjoyed the visit...keep up the good bloggin' and come see me any ol' time!
:-D

PEA said...

OMG am I really at the end of the tour??? lol I was determined to go on every home tour that was linked and every time I thought I was nearing the end, more were added...but for today, it seems you're the last one!! Thanks so much for opening your home to us...it's lovely and I love the colours! I simply love the idea of a pull out ironing board, that's what I need! I've been getting sooo many ideas from visiting all the homes:-)

~Jennifer said...

Thanks for the tour! Your home is lovely, and I like seeing how kid friendly it is. I'm also glad you showed us your catch-all. I have too many of those spots. :-P

~Jennifer said...

Thanks for adding me to your sidebar! You're on mine too. :)

Heather said...

Thanks for the tour- pant pant _ I have been around the world and back - got anything to drink? ;-)

Brenda said...

Thanks so much for inviting us into your lovely home. Love the hardwood floors. Your bathroom tile is very nice. Did you say you did that yourself?

Enjoyed the tour!

PastorMac's Ann said...

Thanks so much for letting us tour your warm friendly home! I love your floors !!! What a fantastic job!

I really love what you said about your dining room!
" Lots of good times and bad table manners - if only the table could talk." I can totally relate. Thank goodness the table CAN'T talk!

Enjoyed the tour!