Work on our windows meant get this place some curtains already! We moved in late June 2010 and I hadn’t paid much attention to the window treatments. Aside from the fact that they cost a bundle, we were taking advantage of the former owner’s leftovers, so it satisfied me for a bit.
I did make shades for the dining room, and made curtains for my office, although I still have to show you those.I also made curtains for the living room and foyer. But that was this past week, so technically it doesn’t count!
5. Fix up the Porch
Our front porch was in desperate need of a makeover and surprise, surprise we actually gave it one.
Did I post about it on here?
I told you, life is too busy for blogging sometimes, but just think of all the awesome-ness I’ll get to show you this spring! I’ve got stacks of projects just waiting to make their debut.
Two more goals ~ stay with me…
6. Open our home to family and friends
This idea behind this goal was to relax and enjoy our home. Which we do often. We haven’t has as many dinner parties and bar-b-ques as we’d like but we’ve did some major work in the backyard and plan to be hostesses with the mostesses this year. Bring me a cocktail.
And lastly 7. Lucky goal number seven is Plan for the Future
Here the idea was to budget. Save up for projects and prioritize.
Did we do this?
Well kind of. But I don’t know if I blogged about it so much. Maybe I can do more of that.
So what grade do I get? Did you make home goals for this year? I give you an A+. No pressure 🙂
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