Posted by: vftmom247 | 2011/08/30

A slight renovation

I say to people that for the better part of 25 years, I have been living in Little Frankfurt.  It’s true.  My late mother-in-law had so much stuff that we either inherited or have been keeping.  Now, though, we have to get rid of it one way or another…ok, most of it.  The antique furniture has to stay in the family.  But so many of the pictures and kick-knacks can go.  So much of the stuff we’ve gotten over a quarter of a century can go.

So what does this do?  It means that when we get back, we can put our own stamp on wherever we live.  It’ll reflect my family – both sides – and who we truly are.  This is a very good thing.  And then too, I’ll know where and when everything came from because it won’t just be my (truly dearly loved) husband’s stuff, but things that we’ve searched out together.  You may have no idea how truly different this will be for our family, but trust me, it is a new and different world we will be able to create.



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