OK, enough is ALMOST enough, as it turns out, because I decided to revisit the living area.
Continue reading “Finishing touches?”
And then, after the living room started to pull together, there were updated pictures for my bedroom, again thanks to gift cards I’d received for my birthday.
Continue reading “It’s getting there. No, really.”
As I’ve been making all these changes (and they’re not being related to you in order, necessarily), the furniture in my living room has started to bother me more and more.
When I moved into my apartment, I was in the process of filing for divorce, and in need of a place to live and new furnishings in a hurry (mostly because while my parents were very generous about being willing to let me stay with them until I got settled, the 2-hours-each-way commute from their place to my office just wasn’t going to be feasible long term).
So I was simultaneously shopping for furniture and shopping for an apartment to put it in.
Continue reading “So I’ve gone a little nuts”
And then there was my bathroom.
For starters, the medicine cabinet and the baseboard heat both had issues similar to the one in the kitchen: wall paint had been applied to both of these metal elements. The main difference was that in this case, it’s a steamy environment to boot, so I’d already had to make touchups, almost as soon as I moved in. Though on the plus side, I was considerably less likely to be injesting it in this case.
Suddenly, with so much improvement going on (ok not that much yet, but I was on a roll), I was tired of a lot of the other things I previously chose to “just live with” at my apartment.
Continue reading “Once you get going, it’s hard to stop”
Oh hi. Remember me and my blog?
Well, that’s understandable. I all but forgot I had a blog, myself.
Aside from personal and business travel and work-in-general and the way it tends to suck up every moment of my life (apparently), while I’ve been gone these last few months, I decided that my home environment needed a bit of work. Continue reading “Back and been busy”