Want to take a tour?
Ok, here we go...
Oh wait. First, a disclaimer. We moved in 4 days ago. That has to count for something. If there are things on the floor or a lack of curtains on the wall, you'll understand, right? Ok, thanks.
The living room.
The kitchen and dining area. We love all the white and so much light that comes in! God has so blessed us.
Another view of the living room (and the front door).
View from the kitchen window.
Guest room (obviously not finished... it's going to be green soon!).
Ohhh yes. One of my favorite parts.
Hallway leading to bedrooms.
View from the front porch.
Glimpse of the guest bathroom. It's obviously not finished yet, but I had to show off the new shower curtain that Grandma and I made. I love, love, love it!! Thanks, Grandma!
Our adorable back deck.
The sunroom - with the most amazing view! I could only show you the clean part of the room. The rest is a catch-all for now. Oh, and we got that corner cabinet a few days ago on craigslist for a steal!
View into the laundry room and pantry (and sunroom to the left).
My new craft room doesn't look that great yet, but trust me, it's going to be one of the best parts of the house one of these days. I can't wait to put it together. It'll be my little sanctuary.
Can't leave out our new neighbors. We do have other neighbors. They're less hairy.
Shawn trying to make friends with our new neighbors.
So I wasn't kidding... we really do live in the country now!
It really is this beautiful.
Look at that TREE! Fall has decided to make a grand entrance.
And last but not least, our sweet neighbors' tree swing! Yeahh!!!
Even Mom, the photographer, had to take it for a spin.
Have I shown you enough to make you want to visit us? I hope so. Please, please, pretty please... if you're reading this and we know you, we probably want you to come visit us. Actually, I'm sure we do. So please come. We'll show you around quaint Franklin antique shops, roast marshmallows in the chiminea, cook you a fine Southern dinner... whatever you want! We even have a guest room!
Ok, I hope that sounded desperate enough. We miss you, Chicago people. And you, our family in two different countries (and a state that's far enough away to feel like a different country). And you, Texas friends. I'm sure I'm leaving someone out. But we do love you and want you to know that our guest room is now open for business.
Hope you enjoyed the tour!