So, things have been pretty chaotic in my life and I have not updated the blog because….life. So, this morning I logged into WordPress to post an update and, WOW, my views were off the freaking chart. Unfortunately, my blog … Continue reading
The current state of the Despa house kitchen is so: The overhead beam has been taken out and the wall extended. After several meetings with Tony from Freedom Valley Cabinets, we have the “almost” finished kitchen blueprints and they are … Continue reading
We just got back from vacation and I need a vacation to recuperate from my vacation. And I need to do tons of vacation laundry. The hubs packed some bottles in my bag and one promptly shattered making my clothes … Continue reading
Doors. Guys. DOORS. The ones I want are very time specific. If you google 1860s doors or 1940s doors, you will find that some styles were only popular at that time period and some styles remain classics. The 1930s Butler … Continue reading
I am writing this while taking a break from making my adult co-ed kickball team shirts. We have a tournament later this month which will include many injuries, hurt feelings, lots of cursing (all me), our ultimate victory and induction … Continue reading
Hey, just for giggles, because…..heaven knows I must be related to you for you to read and keep reading this blog so I won’t be offended by your answer.
So….have you ever seen interior black doors? Have you ever painted interior black door?
I love black doors. I’ve tried to do it, many times. I want to do it again. Hence, the survey.
Seriously, reply on my blog, Facebook page or Twitter.
Angela, the former owner of the Despa house, came to check out the progress during the destruction phase. All of my guys waited with baited breath to hear what she had to say. Fearing she was going to cry or … Continue reading
In 1862, Johan Despa, a German immigrant, paid $400 for a plot of land in Indianapolis. Many German immigrants were moving into that same area, causing the area to be called Germantown for a while. The home’s original plans can … Continue reading
Yeah. I know. I have been that negligent pen pal. That errant family member who promises to write…but “forgets”. That “third thing in line” analogy that forgets to do whatever they forget to do. I get it. I suck. HOWEVER, … Continue reading