Picture Of My Living Room

by Undecided 11 Replies latest jw friends

  • Undecided

    Hi All,

    This is my living room at X-Mas. I bought this house and the one next door in 1975 for $12,000 for both. I was working second shift and spent several weeks during the day making improvements. It's not much to brag about but I'm pretty happy with it. It's warm in winter and cool in summer and doesn't leak when it rains, what else could you want? Don't ask my wife, please!

    Ken P.

  • ISP

    Hey Cool! Good to see that in '75 you were investing for the future while all Jws were shutting up shop!


  • California Sunshine
    California Sunshine

    What an adorable place. You should be proud.


    minds are like parachutes--they only function when open.

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  • Celia

    Looks very comfy.
    Darker valences would bring everything better together, I think.
    But that's just my taste.
    I started painting some rooms in our house.
    The kitchen is done = Terra cota, using a rag, it's great.
    Next, dining room.

  • ISP

    BTW I like the wooden floor.....done the same in our place!


  • JanH


    Looks really great! Congrats.

    So when will you invite us all over for a party???

    - Jan
    "Doctor how can you diagnose someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and then act like I had some choice about barging in here right now?" -- As Good As It Gets

  • alliwannadoislive

    why have you got laundry hanging over the fire ?

  • libra_spirit

    Hey Ken, That is awesome.
    Very pleasing to the eye, and it looks like a good space to sit around and chat, or to sit and read.
    Love it!

  • Englishman

    Don't eat the poinsettia's.


    Bring on the dancing girls!

  • Mum

    Are those hardwood floors? I love them! Love the fireplace, too. It looks very inviting.

    Seize the day, and put the least possible trust in tomorrow. - Horace

    I have learned to live each day as it comes and not to borrow trouble by dreading tomorrow. - Dorothy Dix

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