changes & discoveries

I love picking colors to make the tiny cotton NINETEEN HUNDRED HOUSE DISHCLOTH

..but the actual 1900 house is a completely different story. We decided to have our little wooden house painted and in the process we’ve come to discover several things.

1: Our little house has cedar siding 😍

2: So glad we hired this out, because every aspect I’ve witnessed so far looks like hot misery least that’s the opinion from my comfortable view on the couch.

3: 100’s of color chips is at first super exciting (oh wow, possibilities!), then somewhat frustrating (zero agrees on which color, so we resorted to “let’s write down our favorites and see which ones overlap”), and finally it’s pretty terrifying (second guessing our dark dark color choice and hoping it doesn’t look like the Addams Family house of the neighborhood ..and ultimately kinda not caring if it does!)

4: Outside changes have us changing and reshuffling inside as well. Piles for sorting, keeping & donating. There are things that haven’t been gone through in years, we are finding so many forgotten and misplaced treasures, along with lots of things that have us wondering why we’ve held onto them for so long. I guess you just get lost in living, and accumulation is a side effect.

5: The emotional unpacking and breaking up with your stuff can be an unexpected and enlightening bonus to something as simple as house paint.


2 thoughts on “changes & discoveries

  1. Going through stuff myself. Can be a daunting project, but it is worth it. Nice to see things thin done. And it is funny to see the strange things you’ve kept over the years! Good luck!


  2. I love this post so much! I can totally relate to these life events from choosing a new exterior color scheme hiring it out and crossing your fingers that it will look good. The sorting of your stuff….never ending process…every year I think I’m going to miraculously turn into a minimalist 💕 Plus the Nineteen hundred house d/c pattern is my favorite of all time 😍Love knitting it up in different color’s.



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