Finally! Here is the apartment in all its glory.
There are still a few things waiting to be sold, but, you know, sometimes you just have to move forward. Much as I am doing now. Pretend you don’t notice the mini-TV and the two motorcycle helmets (the motorcycle? got sold four years ago. We are a bit slow).
I drew a not-really-to-scale floor plan of the apartment so you could see how it is laid out. I live to serve you.
The giant bookcase in the entry way. This is what happens when a Comparative Lit major marries a History major who becomes a librarian and a book blogger. Look out for a book giveaway soon. . . .
The view from the front door. That television should be making its grand exit this morning. Cross your fingers.
The view from my desk chair to the entry way.
Onto the kitchen! Where I know that my blinds are not even. Welcome to my life.
Yeah, should have turned on the flash. Sorry.
Bart put up that towel rack. He is awesome.
My mom sent us that dish rack. She is also fantastic.
Little shelf set in the kitchen, which is pretty much the most brilliant thing in the world and why didn’t we do this in our last kitchen?!
I love this sunlight. It is very lovely in the afternoon. Or, I’m guessing, for about ten minutes a day in the winter.
On to the living room:
We are selling the green chair so, eventually, it will be less crowded in there. I will miss that ottoman more than is healthy, though.
My closet. With mirrors on it.
The “office.” Where I am sitting at this very moment.
Another picture of the living room. Hi boxes.
And now to the bedroom:
This bed was my anniversary present. Pretty much the greatest day of my life.
Bart’s wardrobe, plus the laundry bins and drying rack.
Wardrobe plus my closet in the background. Oh yes, I have two closets.
One other thing. This garbage can?
It was Bart’s anniversary present. He asked for it specifically. Only took four years for us to becoming old boring married people.
And. . . .that’s where we live. Come visit anytime. I hope you like air mattresses.