• DIY

    The Seat is Alive

    From the very beginning of our mudroom renovation project, we knew that our final flourish was going to be tricky. Through intense planning early in the design phase, a little space was…

  • DIY

    A Clean Slate

    At the entrance to our home sits a patchwork of tile that, until today, was in desperate need of some TLC. Quite possibly an original tenant of our 1948 residence, the grout of…

  • DIY

    A Place for Our Car

    Early in our house-hunting adventures, one question we never thought to ask was “does our car fit in the garage?” Even if you’ve never seen our car – who we call “Jaws”…

  • DIY

    Auntie Hannah’s Magical Shed

    One of the first things you need to do as a homeowner is obtain insurance for your new home. Before finalizing your premium, some carriers like to perform a survey of your…

  • Travel

    Israel Part 4 – The North

    Given the extensive length of our trip to Israel, we have chosen to break it into four parts, one for each general location we visited. This post is about northern Israel: the Galilee…

  • Travel

    Israel Part 3 – Jerusalem

    Given the extensive length of our trip to Israel, we have chosen to break it into four parts, one for each general location we visited. This post is about Jerusalem. On our way…

  • Travel

    Israel Part 2 – The South

    Given the extensive length of our trip to Israel, we have chosen to break it into four parts, one for each general location we visited. This post will discuss the southern part of…

  • Travel

    Israel Part 1 – Tel Aviv

    Given the extensive length of our trip to Israel, we have chosen to break it into four parts, one for each general location we visited. This post is about Tel Aviv: the…

  • DIY

    Home Depot

    One of the last questions we received from our home’s previous owner before switching hands was whether or not we wanted to keep the old metal bench in the basement. Rich’s response,…

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