I feel like between the two of us, we have a lot of things. I had a garage sale before I moved and got rid of a lot of "stuff", but now that I'm having to unpack everything, I still feel like I have a lot of things...sigh.
Well as you may have seen on one of my Facebook posts, our Master Bathroom was neon green. So that was priority numero uno. I am happy to report that it is no longer neon green :) It is now a very nice grey color ["Anonymous" by Behr to be exact], and I think it goes really well with the white crown molding :)
Since I took this pic, the fiance put up a white cabinet over the toilet area :) He's so handy!
I also spent the second day of Texas organizing the kitchen and pantry. I am pretty happy with how it turned out...I have a ton of baking supplies because with being gluten and dairy free, I cook most of my own food. In CA there were quite a few places I could eat out, but I haven't found a lot in TX yet :( But anyway, here's a pic of the pantry :)
When we first got the house, I thought the pantry was huge and that there was no way I'd fill it up...WRONG! Like I said, we have a lot of stuff :)
And last but not least on this little update, we have some beautiful trees in our backyard. When the fiance moved out here in May, it rained for 3 weeks straight so he didn't really go out back much. Then he was busy with work and had someone come mow the lawn and that was about it. We were talking one day and he said "I think we have some sort of fruit on one of the trees, maybe a lime or something", but he never actually went out and looked to confirm. So when I moved out here last week, I went out to the backyard and checked. We have an apple tree!!! With fully grown, delicious, "granny smith" type apples!!!!
Those are from our tree people! Don't they look like what you'd buy in the store?!? Crazy :) We still have a ton more on the tree, but we'd need to get out the ladder to reach the rest.
So that's my update right now on my move and my new house. I haven't looked into getting my TX sub license yet, so if anyone from TX has any helpful hints, that would be great!
Have a great week everyone!