Usually, I go full-force with my Halloween decorations. This year, for one reason or another, I haven’t felt inspired to cover my lamps in spider webs or make ghosts out of cheesecloth and liquid starch. I felt obligated to put up at least a few decorations, for my favorite holiday. And, even if we wont be able to have any trick-or-treaters (very sad) we’ll still participate in the best of traditions: pizza, beer and Hocus Pocus. Maybe we’ll go pick out a fun-sized bag of treats to keep around in a bowl throughout November, just for kicks.
I was scrolling through all of my picture folders looking to see what I hadn’t posted about and I realized I haven’t even given you a real-life apartment tour since the Moving Day photos. I took pictures on the 5th of August (the day after Moving Day or “MD”), on the 15th and randomly since then, on my phone. So, here those are! There are still lots of things that have changed and a few things that I have at the top of my list.
Okay, so on Moving Day (or, the Morning After) when you enter the apartment and turn to the left you saw this:
Hey! You’re back, again! That’s great to see. This part of our home tour will consist of our kitchen, some outdoor photos and the single picture of our bathroom that I am willing to share with the world. Enjoy!
Let’s move on to the outside, shall we?
How did I get a picture of that heritage sign with that big tree blocking my space?
And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for:
I wont be sad to lose this room! Au revoir!
And that’s the whole she-bang. Hope you liked it!
Hey readers! Here is the second part of the home tour that I promised you. (If you missed the first part,you can find it here.) I decided to split the tour into three posts. The first one was the living room, this one is the two bedrooms and the third will be the kitchen, a few pictures of the outside of the building and the single photo of our bathroom that I am willing to share with the world.
Let’s get started! Bedroom #1 is where we sleep.
And that’s it! It’s a pretty small room, which we like for a bedroom. Bed, books, double phone charger. What more do you need?
Onto the second bedroom: the office, crafting and guest room! It’s a room with many functions.
Not pictured: the anatomy poster on the wall to the right of the closet. That’s right folks, we’ve got a nursing student in the house. When I’m a grown-up I want this room to look less like Halloween.
We’re off to see, what is promised to be, a really great fireworks show. Hopefully I’ll get to report in with some equally great pictures. Bye for now!
I thought it might be nice for you to get a little tour of our current home before we start changing things around and packing it all up. I wanted to start with pictures of the outside of the building but, unfortunately, didn’t snap photos of it before it started pouring down rain today, so those will need to wait for another post. We live in one of four units in a 100-year old building and our apartment used to be a butcher shop! It was attached to King Grocery, which has now been updated to a yoga studio run by my landlady.
Let’s start with the living room, shall we?
That’s all for now! I’ve got some fun posts in the works, and more of the home tour coming up.