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This Season of Life: 6/52 “house projects”

17 Feb

This Season of Life is a 52-week photography project through which my friend Mary and I will share photos that depict various moments from the current season in which we find ourselves. Having remained friends for the past 12 years, we have experienced a lot of seasons together (and some apart), as we now live in very different places. Having stayed in touch, we continue to share our life experiences and challenges with one another. This has been an incredible gift that continues to shape our friendship. We hope you will follow our Project 52 and enjoy the images that we share.

This season of life has brought a lot of home renovations for us. Most of them have been aesthetic, which means we have been able to do the majority of it ourselves. As we try to wrap up the last of the painting this month with probably the biggest and toughest paint job yet, I’ll be happy to be able to tick this one off my list. We started yesterday, as I fixed a few holes in the walls of our stairwells that the flooring installers made and some dents that the previous owners’ movers left behind. Then, we painted the lower stairwell (we have two) ceiling. Wow… what a chore. But, we’re saving quite a bit of money by doing it ourselves. That means we are able to put more toward the old travel fund. Totally worth it! Wish us luck as we try to tackle the upper stairwell with crazy high ceilings next week. Even though I love to paint, I’m not looking forward to that!

Week 6Now, take a moment and check out my friend Mary’s photo this week: Fasching. Carnival. While you’re at it, look around her site, Moe-Digger Photography, a bit more and view our last Project 52. I am sure you will fall in love with her photos and see what a special person she is, just as I have.

 

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2 responses to “This Season of Life: 6/52 “house projects”

  1. Mary G.

    February 17, 2016 at 1:51 am

    Good luck! You are going to knock it out of the park!

     
    • mypersonalcoffeebreak

      February 17, 2016 at 8:56 am

      Thank you, my friend! You will have to come visit to check it out. 😉

       

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