Tuesday, May 01, 2007

NO REFRIGERATOR IN THE LIVING ROOM NOW


Thought you might like to see our living room now that the refrigerator is back where it belongs. I feel like I am living in a model home since about 80% of the things in here are the decorators.
Today was the realtor agents walk through. My agent said 30 came. That's a lot of interest.
I feel we are really on the home stretch now.

I accepted the "Interview Challenge" from Chad. If you see his set of questions and answers go to: http://chadoneil.blogspot.com/ If you'd like to keep the interview challenge going and want to be interviewed, just write "Interview Me" in your reply. I will then give you a new set of questions to answer. You will then post on your blog your answers to my questions. The fun continues when you offer to interview one or more of your readers in your post. If they wish they will keep it going.

INTERVIEW
1. I would love to spend a day with Billy Graham. I believe he is a real man of God and would enjoy hearing his thoughts on our world and life in general.
2. A day with the Gaither Vocal Band would be so much fun. The four men are wonderful family men and have tremendous character. Their 4 part harmoney just gets inside of me.
3. Its hard to pick just one place that I have visited that has affected me the most so I'll have to say several. ( A)Vietnam memorial in Washington DC and the wall with so very many names of the fallen soldiers. (B) The World Trade Center just months after 9-11. Seeing the devestation and knowing some of the NY Firemen that were working there still puts a lump in my throat. (C) Visiting the Holy Land in 2000 was a once in a life time experience. It made the Bible come alive for me.
4. I got into blogging at my cousin's suggestion. I was sending him my pictures and he thought I should share them with others.
5. I guess my all time favorite movie is The Sound Of Music. I love the music and the whole story.
6. My first car is my favorite. It was a little 1963 white Nash Rambler. I loved the stick shift and it got me where I needed to go.

Chad asked a few more questions, but I think I will save those answers for another time.
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26 comments:

Ash said...

Love your living room....nicely done interiors!

Interesting answers....

Taswir said...

your living room is looking great.

Thiên said...

I like the living as well. That's really great that interest sounds like it is high. Here's to selling the house quickly!

Also, I enjoyed reading your interview.

Dsole said...

oh my, it's like a dream living room!!! what a nice work you did there!

Joan González said...

gut house...

salut

joan

Anna said...

I loved reading your answers especially Billy Graham. That would be neat to meet him and just listen. :)

Ex-Shammickite said...

The living room is lovely, if the rest of the house is just as nice then I'm sure you won't have any trouble selling.
BTW, where are you planning to move to?

bluemountainmama said...

very nice living room!

and the interview was fun to read. my first car is still my favorite, too!

Chad Oneil said...

Great answers, Sue.

One of my favorite singers, "Jonathan Pierce", used to sing with the Gaither Vocal Band.

I'm sure the Holy Land was awesome indeed!

Annie said...

How can you stand to leave that beautiful house?

Lavenderlady said...

Oh, my gosh! What a warm and inviting room. Good luck on the sale.

Moi said...

i really like ur living room..its cozy and nice.......no wonder 30 in a day!!! enjoyed reading ur answers..will wait for the rest..:)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Wow! I may want to come look at this place -- I love that photo. :)

TRM said...

Thank you for inviting us into your home, quite lovely, good luck with the next.

Leena said...

I wonder, how do you really feel, when you are leaving your beautiful home? I think, it`s not so easy. Are you going nearer children`s family or
staying in same landscape? I am curious, because -as I earlier said -
I would like to do that, go nearer my children`s families to southern part of Finland.
Your blog is linked on my page, I can
get here also by my phone and I enjoy it like a child :))
Have a good day!

Seda said...

Gorgeous living room with full of sunshine...
Seda
Istanbul Photo

Pequete said...

Wow, this looks as if it was taken from the pages of a magazine! Congratulations for the great work. I'm sure quieter times are now coming ahead.

Lucy said...

Hey Sue!
It's great to hear from you. Thanks a bunch for checking in. It sounds like the remodeling has gone well - are you close to moving now? Thanks for faithfully posting in spite of all the crazy stuff going on with you. I will be back - believe it or not - :-) I'm working on a post about my great-grandma that will hopefully be up in a couple of days.
Take care...
-Lucy

ruth said...

It really does look charming! 30 people is a LOT in one day.

Still said...

A lovely place!

JAM said...

Your home looks great. And it's nice to learn a little about you too.

Salty Dawg said...

This is just too pretty of a home to leave! I'm sure you will get top dollar!! Thanks for sharing.

Laurie said...

Such a pretty and cozy space. I can see why there was a lot of interest.

~tanty~ said...

What a nice and cozy livingroom you have. Happy Friday to you :)

Bill said...

Why is it we always fix up our homes for someone else......

Well thought answers!

~tanty~ said...

I just read this post and I was surprised to know that we have the same favorite movie which is The Sound of Music. It's a very beautiful and touching movie.