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Time in Maryland
When we left
Montana we practically moved from one side of America to the other. It
was a long drive, but thankfully with Timothy helping, it was made that
in Maryland was a 'mixed bucket' to say the least. Todd and I managed
to find and buy the home of our dreams, I never thought I would ever have
such a lovely house. It definitely made being in Maryland that much easier
for me. We lived in a lovely part of the state (except for the education
system and some of other minor problems) and it was great to be so accessible
for our family and friends.
were there we caught up with friends and family from around the world.
It was so nice having Washington DC there with all of it's highlights
I got to
meet and make some really great friends - after a slow and bumpy start!
I got to
do spousal flights and the photos of those are actually on this site ...
surprise, surprise! So check those out while you're here!
Here are some pictures of our lovely home that we were lucky enough to have
for our stay in Maryland.
Todd took this photo of the outside one day when he managed to fly over.
This is the view from the kitchen into the living room - where the majority
of the time was spent - when we weren't on the computer in the basement
This is looking back into the kitchen from the living room. The sun would
flow through these windows at the end of the day - I just loved that part
of the day!
This is the 'formal dining-living' area. It was ivory when we moved in,
but I did a 'while you were away' for Todd one weekend when I knew he
wouldn't be back. I painted the room and it just gave it such a warmer,
more cosy feeling.
This is the main bedroom from the hall. Lots of space in this bedroom
and again, the sun would hit it in the afternoon and warm it up nicely.
This is half of Kasia's bedroom. This room was offered to Timothy when
we first moved there, but as it was already painted 'pink' he decided
for another room. I just stenciled in the butterflies and bumble-bees
for Kasia to break the 'pinkness' of it all. I made the curtains from
some really cheap material I picked up - they were perfect for her room
with butterflies on them. She spent many a happy hour in this room.
This was our basement and spare room for visitors. It was very handy having
all of this 'extra' space. Lots of time spent in this part of the house.
Todd particularly liked it in the hot months of the year when it was the
coolest part of the house to be in.