Feeling like I am emerging from a shelter post tornado, we are "settled" in the "Chateau Del Mar".
The closing on our property is less then 48 hours away, Axel has only asked twice "please lets go home", and I have managed to tearlessly lead the exodus and final cleaning.
Despite our tiny living quarters, I have managed to create a liveable version of the home we loved so much! It also helps that I am very fond of our new town. Not sure if it's the nostalgia of returning to my college stomping grounds, the smell of the food co-op or the library that is more beautiful than a Rocky Mountain lodge, I am happy to be here.
Being so "snug", I am learning quickly to think verticle. Every shelf has a purpose and every shelf top is utilized as well. I am secretly pretending that "Chateau Del Mar" is in New York City. I've wanted to live there possibly my whole life and I just consider this practice (or maybe the closest thing I'll get). Never mind the shabby siding, I see our place as a lovely brown stone on the upper east side...our door man just happens to be on an indefinite vacation.
Well, more to come when the closing on 810 Baker is actually over and I can officially breathe again.
DON'T FORGET ABOUT MY ETSY SALE . . . see previous post.
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