Well, I successfully got through a wonderful weekend full of caulking nail holes, drinking Fireball, Target trip(s), cheering Notre Dame to victory [this might be a lie. the first half of the game I was playing euchre and the second half I was sleeping, however I did catch a few seconds of the game. I think]. I was also able to watch one of our living rooms at the new house transform from a wood paneled mess to our new “outdoor” room which I am way too excited about, oh annnnnnnnnnnd Pumpkin Spice coffee is now apart of my morning routine so yes, overall I would say the weekend went pretty well.
Have no fear–the door will be painted white and trim will be going up at the top. The exciting news here is that not pictured is my most favorite part of this room which will be revealed at a later date. It may involve a three letter word that starts with a b and ends with an ar. I told my husband I wanted an outdoor patio feel inside our house and so this is what we came up with. The Tiki Hut Casa De Schrader welcomes you.
Anyhow, I can’t believe this week is moving week. Technically speaking we don’t have to be out of our house until next week but it turns out I am leaving for San Francisco next week so you know, this week it is. I tried to convince Shawn he could handle the move on his own because he is a man and is strong and has muscles for a reason, but because I suck at the job of convincing I didn’t get out of it. So I will be helping…by drinking wine as I cheer him on as he packs our cars full of boxes. I kid. Not at all.
Needless to say blogging may be a little spotty over the next week or so as I package up one house and move it to another and then travel across the United States for a few days. I promise I’ll show up as often as possible, but I don’t promise it will be as often as you would like me to [dad]. For all of the fun though, be sure to follow along on Instagram — @livinginyellow. Hey speaking of – I’ll leave you with a few photos from great ole IG of the weekend that was. #original. Happy weeking. It’s like weekending. Only a lot less exciting. Ole!