Sunday, March 11, 2007


I was thinking about something Ms.Mamma posted the other day and how just the simple act of changing one's bedding and opening a few windows can really brighten up one's mood. Funny that she mentioned this, because that's exactly what I did too! I went and cleaned and changed the look of our master bedroom, living room, dining room, and the kitchen. I still have to work on the two spare bedrooms and the bathroom. Can you see the cookies baking in the oven? Oh, and Fred's sitting on the couch, looking cute :)


candlelight books said...

your house looks so homey and cozy! i read about manitoulin in mother earth news mag. it's so wonderful that you live there.

always so nice to read your blog! take care.


ahappilymarriedmommy said...

Lovely home Chris. So warm, inviting, homey and cozy! You've done a lot of different things to the place too. I hear you about changing the look of a place and how that can make you feel refreshed. Which reminds me I should do the same! Glad you're feeling better. You seem more uplifted! We luv you lots, lots, lots!

t said...

love it! your house is so perfect for the country setting. So you really enjoy rural living, huh? I like the layout of your home with the loft and the open concept.

Ms. Mamma said...

It looks cozy and fresh. Youhave lots of hard floor surfaces which can only mean you need a PLasmacar for your kitchen!

Anonymous said...

What a cute kitchen! I didn't realize it was that big! Very spacious. Must be nice since I know you like cooking for friends and family!

Dina said...

i love the sofas in that first picture, they look so cozy and comfy- like a great place to take a snooze in front of the TV :)

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