If you’re a frequent reader of this blog you’ll know that Welly and I became homeowners to our little gem the house on the lake
Coming home to our own house was incredible and actually quite romantic. There is a certain excitement that comes with knowing something is yours to do with what you want and our project doesn’t let us down! We’ve already started decorating our pad however, being in another country can inspire new ideas and intrigue design.
I love the colours of the bench against the brick, I love the wood and the rustic love affair:
However, on the other side the flowers bring life, wonderful smells and colours into a room or a space:
However, we’re just about to take the wall paper down – it’s actually exciting as I will no longer wake up to oversized flowers on my beloved fireplace:
This bank holiday I can’t wait to get properly started and really make our gem come to life!
It finally happened, we’ve moved to the house on the lake and it’s fab!However, let me take you back to when we started the big move.
It’s incredible how much two people who share one room can have between them. So Everyone who knows me will be aware that I like a good plan and the move was therefore organised, time managed and it came as no surprise that the first van load looked like this:
But the two other that followed was a bit of a shock. So what’s a girl to do?! After all I do have my priorities in check :-):
Welly and I did the move each day after work for three days, we could have waited for the weekend but the excitement of having bought our first home made us feel a bit like Hercules. Plus we treated each day like a big celebration:
I’ve always been a morning person but I realised that mornings in the house on the lake are better than what I could have imagined – they are simply blissful:
And when your morning commute starts with this wonder of a walk you can’t really complain:
I can’t wait to share the progress with you as we renovate, clean and unpack this little gem.
Do you have any exciting projects brewing?
If you’ve already read my Get up and do what you want to do! blog post you know I’m on a mission to get out there and achieve awesome things for myself.
But a girl needs inspiration and for the past two and a half years I’ve see something pretty amazing unfold. You’ve heard about Welly and his love of fishing but what you should also know is that he set up his own company Zing events with his pal Charlie.
I used to look at entrepreneurs and think ‘how do they do it?’ – the lack of financial security, stress when things don’t go to plan, constant outgoings etc and in a sense I still do. However, seeing Welly go through ups and downs but bouncing back up, his courage, enthusiasm, strive and just general positive attitude is something to admire!
I’ve always been proud of him and it’s safe to say that when they helped J.Moore win PA of the Year Award in Independent Event category 2014 I smiled a lot 🙂
It has reinstated for me that if you know what you want, get up and do it with a smile – the good things in life never come easy but who cares, it’s so worth working for!
Big high five to the dude who licked my face and found it hilarious (sometimes it is also about the small things in life).