What the sign said. 👆🏼🎄🤣 x
Only 1 week to go until Chrissy now (whoot whoot whoot!! 🥳) Currently heating up last nights leftovers and we’re gonna settle in with a Christmas movie (Elf perhaps? Or maybe The Santa Clause...) x
Ps. We ran out of wine so we’re drinking cherry kombucha out of our wine glasses instead. 🍷😂 We can pretend it’s the same thing yeah?...
More knitted home textiles - zebra and leopard cushions and throw - good memories to this tiny garden house at Amsterdam keizersgracht - which was home some time ago - love tiny houses - makes you realise how little you need to feel safe, happy and worry free- less is more #tinyhouse#gardenhouse#homewear#knits#wool
On our last day in New York, after taking the express elevators up 102 floors to see the incredible views of Manhattan and the surrounding area from the tallest building in the United States at One World Trade Center, we decided to casually approach the rest of the day, too.
Since we were a stones throw from the Staten Island Ferry, we crossed over to St. George so we could glean a better view of Lady Liberty than what we previously caught from shore.
She’s magnificent. Though Maisie’s favorite parts of the trip were heading to the Central Park Zoo and the toy store, one of the most special things to us was her getting to see two glorious, meaningful statues of both the “Fearless Girl” staring down the NYSE and the Statue of Liberty, two female representations of responsibility and equanimity.
After getting back to land, we also decided to grab a bite at one of the oldest buildings in Manhattan, Fraunces Tavern, which is where George Washington gave his farewell address to his officers at the close of the Revolutionary War and which at one time also held several headquarters to some of the earliest departments of our federal government when New York was still our first Capital.
This morning we hopped in an Uber, hopped in a plane, hopped in a car, then hopped back into @neighborbus in a smooth, yet very long travel day.
Huge thanks to The Grissoms for making sure @neighborbus was safe and sound while we were crossing coasts and to Maisie’s Uncle Brandon, Grandma and Papa for giving Trixie dawg a happy home and warm bed while we were away.
It’s good to be back home. ❤️🚌🌃
Today I was using a pin nailer to tack this together. Something went wrong with the nailer and it shot the nail straight up and into my mouth. Ouch. Luckily the nail was bent upon exiting the gun and didn’t penetrate my tongue. But my mouth did ach for a bit. #cabinet#yikes
Yesterday, me and @runawayrocio signed a contract. Yap. The good news, from next March on we will have our own apartement again, which means we won't be homeless anymore. Unfortunately, it won't be a jungle hut like this one here, but it's very close to some of my favourite mountains and lakes, back home in Switzerland. So I am pretty stoked. Who's coming to our home warming party?
Dodged the rain today only by working under my @alucab @alucab_usa shadow awning. Got the desk top glued last night. Spent all day with the planer/belt sander/random orbital sander. Brought the top and leg pieces into the #tinyhouse heated floor bathroom to dry out some more before final cutting/sanding/assembly.
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Fairly boring around here with school and the holidays, but these are our latest purchases. A 4L80e transmission from a ‘97 2500 suburban, a transfer case (4x4 future for Sally) and 4 ton jack from Harbor Freight. Registration is due early in the new year so we need to get the bus smogged and then we can start this project after it passes. #skoolieconversion#abusnamedsally#4l80etransmission