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Turning the 20’s into the 21st Century

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On October 1st we moved from our home in Tulsa, Oklahoma back to sweet home Alabama. My husband took a youth minister’s position here in Greenville. So, the house we moved into needed/needs to be updated. Our house was built in 1928, but sometime in the 70’s someone had the bright idea to put up wood paneling and horrible light fixtures. Since I love interior design you can only imagine how excited I was to move into a house that pretty much needs to be completely renovated! It is like having a blank canvas. So what I would like to do is post before and after pictures and keep everyone updated on the progress of the house. It will probably take over a year until we are completely finished, but I will constantly try to keep everyone up to speed. So here is my attempt at blogging. I’ve never done this before, so we will see how long I stick with it. I’d like to post some of my paintings and other artsy things I like to do. I will also include where I purchased most of my furnishings for those of you who would like to use some of my decorating ideas.



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Author: Jeff & Meg

This is a story of two lovebirds who got in a little over their heads, or at times it feels that way, remodeling a little home built in the 1940's. Our journey has bumps and twists, ups and downs, but we wouldn't have it any other way! Please join us and our two poodles as we flip this old house and work towards the adoption of our first child!

One thought on “Turning the 20’s into the 21st Century

  1. okay we need some more updated pics! lol….I need to come see it sometime.

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