Okay, I finally stopped being lazy and worried that you would all think I'm messy. I found the camera and took some pictures of our new home. Come on in for the big tour. :) This is what base housing looks like for us here.
First up is the Room Of Greatness....I love this room. It's small but cozy. I can go in there and sit on my couch while I read some of the 5 gazillion quilt books I have. I can create something magical on the ole' Juki or I can look out the window and watch Boo Bear play.
Here is our living room/ dining room. See the Simplify sign?? I found that while staying with the Rents' this summer and love love love it!!
This is my small little kitchen. I'm not complaining cause I have a kitchen window! I can see our back patio...which is about the same size as the kitchen...but more importantly I will be able to look out there this spring, while I am doing dishes, and enjoy all the flower boxes I am going to fill with wonderful things. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh
This is just another view into the living room. Oh, and my cats butt. heehee
Here is what I like to call our Mudd Room. It is the back door area. I keep the drink fridge out there and some other odds and ends I couldn't find a home for.
She wanted to make sure you all got a look at the corner cabinet that she painted....on her own....I think she forgot all the complaining she did while she was doing it. That's my girl!
This is the Middle Daughters room. It is all purples and black. She is slowly finding black and white prints that are "room worthy". She enjoys shopping like any good girlfriend does.
This is my room. Ignore the curtain panel hanging there and not pulled back. I lost the tie back somewhere but decided to take the picture anyway. I made the duvet cover and the pillows while in Korea. I wanted a room that was soothing. A place to lie your head at night and sigh to yourself thinking "oh yeah, this is just right."
Here is one of the IKEA purchases. It's the Capt's and I love love love it!! It stores all of his stuff. I can just keep the doors shut and he can be as messy as he wants to be. :) IKEA is the stuff that makes a marriage happy if you ask me! I would've taken a picture of The Sons room but then you would've wondered where it all went so wrong. He is going to be 19 this Sunday and has definite ideas as to what clean is...his clean not mine. I just shut the door and then happiness rains in my heart once more.