Wherever Greg and I go, Penny is sure to follow... until lately. Now whenever Greg and I go upstairs, this is where Penny can be found. She is officially potty trained now, so I've been leaving her at home when I go to work. Usually she greets me at the door when I get back, but I can always find the drool on the couch where she laid for the past few hours.
After living on an air mattress for the first few months of our marriage (which Penny thoroughly enjoyed because she could leap onto it and try to wrestle us) and then in Marian and Jeffs spare room (which was so fun and Penny also thoroughly enjoyed since she had so many friends), we are settled and in a place we can call home (where Penny loves to roll in the mud and eat Bees). We moved onto Creek Canyon Avenue about a month ago and have painted every single room in the house except the master bath where the ladder, plastic protective sheet, and a few painting odds and ends have sat for at least a week now. Ok maybe three...
But an interesting thing about painting I have learned: if you plan to paint the whole house, you should plan all the colors before actually painting it.
We..I...got a little ahead of ourselves and couldn't decide on bright or neutral, so our downstairs and bathroom are bright and the upstairs is neutral with a couple of accent walls. If you stand in the hallway, you can see about 15 colors all at once.
Seriously, our walls are green, gray, beige, brown, yellow, blue, light blue, and of course the last white walls. And we love it! But I still have to paint that bathroom. I'm thinking gray. Gray and blue were our colors for the wedding so we have lots of things in those colors, including bathmats. Our house also has slightly different shades of blinds throughout, and one green mint blind in the bathroom. I wanted colorful blinds, but Greg definitely knew with our rainbow house that would be a bad idea, so I only held out for the one mint in the bathroom.
Enough about fixing the house! Whew, it has been really fun, but like this post and HGTV, getting a little drawn out.