So, if you guys follow me over on instagram and twitter, you probably already know this, but... we're homeowners! Hooray! It's been a long, arduous, exciting, exhausting, frustrating process the past 6 months, but we feel like we ended up with our dream home and all the hassle was totally worth it. It's pretty bizarre to be sitting inside our home. Like, these our our walls, we can do whatever we want to them! I can knock that one down if I want. I can paint it, I can tear up the floors, I can do... anything! I'm almost paralyzed with the freedom, I'm not sure what I want to do now! For now, we need a few items that will require an Ikea run. We went on a thrift adventure yesterday to look for a few things and got some necessities. I have my very own studio space that have absolutely no furniture for, so I'll have to design that space from scratch, which is pretty thrilling, actually. The Winne has it's own special parking spot, too, which is so much better than having to park it in the backyard with a nasty tree right over it, making it all gross and dirty. The poor girl need some cosmetic TLC, as she got a bit grimy, but there's a faucet right next to her, so I can give her a bath and a good scrub now!
I feel like we're still in that "new parent" stage where we're afraid that if we leave the house for more than an hour we'll come back and it'll be burnt to the ground or something. Oh, the heavy weight of responsibility. I'm excited to get to know this house, though. I'm certain we'll have to fix many things, and we already know that we need to replace the siding as it's in pretty rough shape, but there's something about fixing up your own house that just feels so rewarding, even if it's hard work. I can't wait to show you guys some peeks at the house. It's a total wreck right now, with all the empty boxes still laying around, but things are coming along. Oh! And we have a living room that has a perfect spot for a Christmas tree! Christmas tree farm, here I come!