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Restoration Plans!

Teapot’s on cups are waiting, favorite chairs anticipating. No matter what I have to do, my friend there’s always time for you.

I am so excited to share a new storyline with you! 1,339 more words

Hidden Histories: Bank House, Atherton

Bank House or Number 5 Market Place, as it is known today, is a striking-looking  building which could easily fit into the setting of Dickensian London. 2,094 more words


Rainy Day Philosophizing

We’re having a good old gully washer, which puts paid to my plan to work in my flowerbeds and then write about it. But I did finish an indoor project this weekend that gives me the chance to talk about the values that I strive for (and often fail to meet) in the little yellow house. 967 more words

Old Clothes

Story Time!

Before I get into the nitty gritty of what needs to get done around here, I want to tell you the story of my little yellow house. 861 more words


Learning to Love an Inconvenient Tree

I have to admit that I was sort of annoyed with this tree when we first moved in and started thinking about what to do with the yard. 282 more words

Ramblings And Musings

Who lived in a house like this?

Have you ever wondered who lived in your house before you? Perhaps you would like to know who built it? Well you might be able to find out in the Archives. 117 more words

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