Welcome to our home! We’ve been in our new house nearly a month now. All the “big stuff” is unpacked but there are still many boxes stacked in the garage. We are now living in my hometown but moved back here from out of state. Coordinating work schedules to get here to look at houses was a challenge and on our only available day there was a snowstorm. We braved the weather and made it safely to our new hometown, met up with the realtor, and started looked at houses. We looked at four houses in total. Before we ever looked at the “little red house”, I knew it was the house for us. I actually liked it less after I saw it in person, but I did still like it. Negotiating with the sellers was a long, frustrating process, but we prevailed!
The area received many snowstorms between the time we looked at it and the time we moved in. We were moving at the end of April and I had high hopes the snow would be gone when we moved in. No such luck…record snowfall occurred in April and hubby had to spend the days leading up to our arrival chipping ice and moving snow (he moved to our new town a few weeks before I did so he could start his new job; I stayed behind to pack up the house). The house had been vacant most or all of the winter so there was plenty of snow to move off the sidewalk so we could actually haul our boxes into the house.
Since our move-in date we’ve done assorted little projects and I’ve taken plenty of pictures. Before we go, here’s a picture of our house…after the snow finally melted.