This is my kitchen counter. No, it’s not meant to be an advertisement for Palmolive (but if they wanted to be an advertiser on the site I wouldn’t say no). It’s an example. An example of how little things can make a difference.
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I was in great need of a workspace. Before the change, our home computer was in my daughters room which was very limiting. I could not do any work after her “bedtime”, a time that is creative for me. Also, in my profession of Feng Shui all electronic equipment is forbidden in bedrooms; I am a firm believer of this practice. The energy in her room felt better immediately after removing the computer.
I just spent the summer in New York helping refurbish my parents old carriage house, which is kind of like a very ornate bird house but much MUCH bigger. This house, my mom and dad’s and my daughter’s grandma and grandpa’s; is a very special place. Here it is from the outside, after a little TLC take a look at the beauty it beholds!
Here is grandma’s porch before the face lift. This screened in space had not been accessible for the past ten years. It had become a storage area for everything but the kitchen sink. These two photos show a semi-cleaned out space, when I started the project the porch was filled to the brim with just a narrow walkway between the front and back entrances.
Take a good look at the natural wood wicker chair on the left in the foreground, that chair was on its way out until grandpa forbid me to throw it away; I had no choice but to refurbish it…