Ok so it's nearly Christmas, actually 19 days till Christmas Eve as I type this. And this is the season of sharing and welcoming visitors into our homes. Some we want to visit and some we just have to put up with or make the most of as best as we can. But you guys well let me tell you, you're welcome to come to my house. I'll give you a tour ok! First if you actually do show up I know you'll have travelled a long way, across the face of the world actually, so you'll be thirsty, here have a drink from our urn, lovely isn't it?!
Here it is, it sits on our cabinet in the hallway, Adrian chose the olive green paint, isn't it just sooooo Christmasy?! Oh and if you would prefer a cup of tea, though remember it is stifling here at the moment, the teapots are here also, feel free, help yourselves. This way to the kitchen.
I'll make sure that Ade has some wood chopped for the cooker, it can be a bit tempermental, but I'm sure you'll manage. Mind you, you can fry an egg on the pathway at the moment, so I'm sure something cool to drink would be your choice. But hungry you will be, I don't know about you but I just can't abide airplane food, really, not for me. So if you want to whip up something to eat then here, let me familarise you with the kitchen layout.
As you can see all modern conveniences are at hand, we are very fortunate you know, many people have to suffer through this Australian summer with little or no air flowing through the kitchen, that's not a problem for us as you can see. And I believe in not cluttering the kitchen so we keep the place very simple. Do you like the flooring, I chose that, pine you know, well you just can't beat simple beautiful floorboards, can you?! Now when you have settled down from the flight, let's take a look at the bedroom, ooh this is the part I always get excited about, I am especially proud of my decorating in here, what do you think?