Monday, August 27, 2012

Welcome to my home

27th August, 2012

If you were to visit me to day, this is what you would see.

Welcome to my new home.

Coming in through the front door you come into a hallway.
 Please remember that we still have unpacking to do. We have only been in the house for 4 nights.

The first room to the right is our room.
The wall on your left is all wardrobe space, 3 sliding doors with the 3rd being the mirror. Opposite the mirror is the doorway to the ensuit. The ensuit is nearly as big as our last bathroom. THe best part is the view you get while sitting on the toilet. I just had to share.

Back in the hall the 2nd door on the right is the girls room.

Standing at the door way you can see that it is one room, but in 2 sections. So at least we know who's mess is who's.

the back room as the wardrobes, though Miss E who is in the front half wants to use some of the hall way cupboards for her clothes. Probably that's what we will do. We are also thinking of getting on of those screens to put across the arch way so Miss Z can have a bit more privacy.
 This is the view from the bed room window.
Back into the hall we go through the door to the left into the dinning room.
Now turn to your left again.
This is our lounge room. It has the heating and cooling. The only thing it doesn't have is an antenna jack for the tv, so we are back to just watching dvd's again. But its also nice to just sit in the chairs and enjoy the view.
Turning around from looking out the window you can see back into the dinning room and beyond that Hubby's work space.
The fridge has to live in the dinning room as the spot in the kitchen for it is just not tall enough. Lets just check that view from Hubby's work space shall we....

OK. So near the fridge in the dinning room was a small arch way that leads into the kitchen and play room.

 Just standing at the arch way now you can see a door to your right, well that leads into my .......
Walk in pantry.
 So this would be the kitchen and play room.

 Yes the model trains have finally made their way inside the house.
 And you can't forget the views.

Going back out into the dinning room, opposite the doorway that came in from the front door hall way, is another hallway.

To the right we have the bathroom.
 To the left we have Master J's room.
 Around the corner at the end of the hall is the huge laundry. The door that was at the end of the laundry and to my very right as I take this picture is the toilet and the door over near the washing machine, takes you out into the big double garage.

Well the tour only leaves the back yard now.

As you might have guessed, I am in love with the view's and why would you be, when you can wake up to this.......

Thanks for visiting. Hopefully one day you will stop by for a visit and enjoy my views in person.

Sunday, August 26, 2012


26th August, 2012

I have come to the relisation that if I were to wait until I have the photo's that I want to share with you all, then I would never get anything written in this blog, so for today its just my ramblings.

Well we have had a few changes. Our family has relocated 92km away in a new home and part of Australia. Our previous landlord's decided that they wanted to retire off the farm and move back into town and that ment they wanted to live in their house. Unfortunately that required us to move. With nothing in our price range and suitable we extended our search. 

I guess that is one of the joys of homeschooling. We don't have to worry so much about changing schools and all the expenses and stress that goes with that. Having Hubby work from home also gives us a certain amount of freedom as well, with not having to worry about travel.

So God has supplied us a new home. We have been blessed with a larger, cheaper house, surrounded by farm land. It will require some changes as we are now on tank water and we don't have a road side rubbish collection either.
We are also going back to no tv reception, so the good old dvd collection will be getting a work out again as well.

With no street lights or other houses around, I can't wait for an electrical storm to have a go at getting some more lightning photo's.

Anyway, hope life is going well for you where you are.