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The morning light is changing

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I know that alot of people are ready for fall. Here is one of them : A neighbors’ display down the street…the first fall display in our area. I had to stop and take a picture as it was so attractive!     The latest bout of hot and extremely muggy weather ( ugh )  makes me think […]

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In my old bungalow, there is no entry way or foyer.  There is a front porch and then you enter into a long, narrow living room. Old houses like this are a challenge in regards to furniture arrangement.  ( for instance read about my galley kitchen here ) I once saw someone on “Rate My […]

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When I bought this modest 1917 bungalow one of my concerns was how to deal with a small GALLEY KITCHEN. The cabinetry consisted of the sink unit which was the old white metal kind from the 40s or 50s and a similar metal unit next to the stove. The first thing that I spent money […]

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I live in a modest bungalow built in 1917 in the small community of Houston, Pa What was this community like back then and how did it start? Because I am interested in older homes, I decided to check into some local history.  If you are not interested in history and just want to view a few of the older homes in […]

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After I’d settled in to my older home about 9 years ago, I became interested in the history of its style, with its built in china cabinet, room divider between the living room and dining room, and its ever so tiny galley kitchen. The realtor had described it as a Cape Cod, but after a little research, it […]

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