I Love Change

Raoul and I are crazy happy to be moving into our new green-built home on Monday, November 1!  I am so grateful for this opportunity.  It’s a do-over of sorts.  We get this blank slate to fill with only the things we love, and serve us well at this point in our lives.  As much as I love this home and garden already, I don’t want to invest so much time anymore in physical stuff.  We both want more time for traveling and being with family and friends that matter to us.

Here’s the other side of our great room.  The floors are polished aggregate concrete.

My future studio.

I’ll try to stay in touch during the next week, but as you can imagine, moving is a hectic process.  And for me, it’s helping me grow and thrive.


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7 Responses to “I Love Change”

  1. Frenchee le Trip Says:

    How fun it will be to watch it be filled with the lovely things…

  2. Beth Evans-Ramos Says:

    I am so excited to find homes for the new French small decor pieces I brought back from our recent trip!

  3. Eileen Says:

    Yay – We will be there in December! Which one is our room? 🙂

  4. Morgan Evans Says:

    Does anybody have to walk outside to get the mail?

    • Beth Evans-Ramos Says:

      Our new mailbox might be a little closer to the house than the old one was, but not by much. At least, it is flat area to walk. No icy hill to navigate in the winter. And I do like being in a cul de sac setting again. Bubba is waiting for you at the new place!

  5. Kimberly Taylor Says:

    I can’t wait to see what you do with it – it looks lovely and incredibly simplified.

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