The house is finally somewhat clean, and since this does not happen often,
it's finally time for that week long house tour, I've been talking about.
So a big welcome to our home!
Today we will start with
A rag rug the same as the pattern used in this post.
A new floor from this post.
An office corner.
The office has been moved here, temporarily, to take full advantage of the sunshine while studying
and finishing up a paperless home scanning project.
(The Swiss ball is my chair. It helps my back.)
A "to do" chart.
(This area is actually being spruced up this weekend.)
A painted SMUG/SMEG fridge from this post.
Pig, plate, French butter keeper, Norwegian coffee grinder.
The coffee grinder belonged to my grandfather.
Every morning, my mother would wake to the sound of this very grinder.
It's just about the most special thing I own.
Green glass hearts made and purchased at the Sundance Resort.
Blue cold porcelain heart received from
Cookbook purchased in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
My most favorite food in the whole world:
Hatch Green Chiles
A Tilda doll from another dear blogging friend, Pri found here.
Blogged about here.
A crochet corner.
French country canisters housing
coffee, decaf and coffee filters.
One of them previously housed something very special from this post.
Since then, I found the other two on eBay,
and they now complete the coffee corner.
And one of the most awesome gifts of all time:
A roll-out spice cabinet made by the NVO.
(I am G'ma Spicy, ya' know,
see this post for why. ;-))
And last but not least, the last of the summer flowers from our garden.
We are lucky this year,
here it is November 1st and we still have flowers.
I believe they will be gone tomorrow. :-(
Stay tuned this week for more of the "Somewhat Clean House Tour".
Thanks for joining me and have a great day!