April 26, 2010

Back Porch Demolition

It's beginning to look like it might almost, some day, be an actual porch where we can sip pinot noir while laughing gently at something funny our friend just said: Oh, would you like some more guacamole?  Let me go whip up another batch.  Those darling tea lights? We found THOSE at a flea market.  Yes, yes it IS amazing what a coat of paint can do.

Soon.



12 comments:

  1. Ooh how exciting! It is looking great! I am excited to see more of it as you progress with your renovations!

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  2. Awesome!
    I hear there will be an awning. Striped or solid?

    -Daphne

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  3. Wow that looks great! Definitely tons of potential. I like the greenness of the backyard, too. :) Cna't wait to see it finished

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  4. Wow you have a lot of work to do!! Really exciting I am sure and a little overwhelming at times too and the lamb cake well what a hoot. I like to drop by from sits a day or two later easier to get to know you then. We too are beginning a smaller reno and a huge 9 acres of land reno too so good luck to all of us. enjoyed your posts too.

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  5. I love that little red chair! I'm sure you'll enjoy sitting out there this summer, we use our porch a lot!

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  6. What a great porch!! How nice it will be this Summer!! Thanks for stopping by and helping me celebrate my SITS day today!!

    I noticed you were the SITS queen the other day too!! Wasn't it the BEST blogging day EVER!!!!

    Jen

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  7. I would love to have a porch like that! Something soothing about sitting on a porch. Time just kind of slows down :)

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  8. Looking great and it definitely has lots of potential.

    Just stopping over from SITS, but I'll be sure to come visit again. Love your blog :)

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  9. Hi Stopping by from SITS. Can't wait to see the final result on this. i'm sure it will be awesome!

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  10. I love the red chair against the gray floor. I'm don't know if it's part of the plan, but it makes a nice contrast.

    I'm sure you're just anxious to get it all done! It'll look fabulous! :)

    Stopping by from SITS

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  11. I love those red chairs! Random comment, I know--but they are really cool!

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  12. PLEASE send an email to betsyzielinski@gmail.com! We met at the Wisteriahurst Museum Benefit and I lusted for the Holyoke Dam tour. WHATA A WONDERFUL website. Count me in for any Jaw Droppers Anonymous tours of this "ACHINGLY" ( WHATA GREAT WORD)lovely place. Are you on the CRUSH network ( of course you are - How do I make you a friend? when I don't know your name :--)

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