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At long last, I am done with the kitchen (phase one) and the sewing. I thought I would put up some pictures. The end of May will bring me a new couch from Ikea, and some new rugs, so that will change the look of things again. But for now, I am done working on projects. Here are the new cabinets with fresh paint, crown moulding, and new hardware.

 

 

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The beadboard went around the sides of the cabinets and makes them look like they belong in an old house.

 

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A close up of the tile…

 

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E. designed and made these cool brackets.

 

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I found a few new trays…

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Putting in this great sink was one of the best changes we made- I love the space!

 

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This is the cosy dining room, and if you look out the window you can see E. mowing in the freezing cold.

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We found a great upholstery lady who did our antique chairs in this new blue.

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The ottoman got a new cover, and my mom made new pillows.

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This is the curtain fabric.

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Our playground turned out to be a great success- way to go E!

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I read this article this morning with great sadness.  I am not surprised that people would seek a cure for AIDS this way because they can’t afford medication, and are utterly without hope.  I would encourage you all to pray about what we can do about this worldwide crisis.  Those seeking a “divine” cure are nearly right, but it is superstition  they are following, and they need saving faith.  My heart breaks for them and the millions like them.  What can we do?

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