Jan 7, 2009

Good news with a twist!

"Oh this house"...those were the only thoughts that ran through my head time and time again. But during my remodel project over the summer, I learned to appreciate these four walls. In fact, I even learned to be excited about my little chateau and the neighbors that surround me. During our summer block party, we commented on our community being one of the best places in the world. Ha!!! It's official! Look at this article and it will prove that were I live is actually one of the BEST communities in the United States.

This evening I got a letter from the local police that warned all of us to watch out for each other and keep an eye out for a group of men trying to break into houses. Hmmm...I didn't see that in the article. Oh well, we all have issues...but for now, I get to say that I truly live in one of the best places in the world (o.k...the U.S.).

13 comments:

WendyB said...

Well, maybe I'll have to pack up and move in next door to you now :-)

PinkPiddyPaws said...

See...just when things seem perfect, some jackass(s) has to come along and ruin it. It's why I hate people sometimes!

Congrats on the awesome place! :)

MB said...

love that place

SP said...

Your house is lovely!

us 2 said...

your house is so cute.....looks very homey and comfy..........

Tee aka The Diva's Thoughts said...

What a nice article. Sounds like a really lovely place to live.

Stacie said...

*ah* to have a house of my own, it's a dream....love it...and yeah, everyone has some issues ;)

AJ's mommy said...

Is that your house? LOVE IT. And I love your new layout too!

Gwen said...

Beautiful home! Congrats on the neighborhood rating.

Shawn said...

Cutie house! Great new look for your blog---soooo sassy!

Heres to you and living in such a great place---which is where, by the way?

Guess I'll have to read the article, huh.

Brothers Blog said...

That's a very nice house.

Maurey said...

Your house is super-adorable. Looks like just enough space.

Miss X said...

You live in Park Hill? I used to live on the edge of Park Hill (to the south). I mostly loved it. (I was really close to Colfax which sometimes made me a bit nervous).