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Friday, November 19, 2010

Picket Fence

When we returned from Chicago, our yard (that someone was supposedly taking care of) was completely overgrown with weeds and was dead as dead can be.  Our new neighbor thought our house was abandoned, until she peeked in our windows and saw my curtains and wreath.  Then she just thought we must've died inside.  Embarrassing!  So we quickly sodded our lawn, which helped it's curb appeal tremendously.  Now, we've added a cute picket fence out front.  It's perfect in so many ways.  Now Sawyer (our dog) can run around freely in the front yard.  Plus it's great for us to play with Rilo with a little more privacy.  Last night we put up our porch swing too...I'll have to get an updated picture soon.

Here is a before picture I pulled from a real estate website.  I didn't take one of the yard when it was a mess.  I don't know that I could stand to look at the picture.


And now it looks like this:

7 comments:

Tianna said...

The fence looks adorable!

Diana Smith said...

Your house looks really cute!

Dane & Whit Nelson said...

I love it Bri! I stilllll want to come see your house in real life! It looks so dang cute.

Sarah loves it all said...

Holey Moley, your house is amazing! It was so fun meeting you this weekend!

D'Rae said...

What an adorable house! I love the fence!!!

Leah said...

So cute Bri! Love the fence. I'm tempted to try my hand at a yarn wreath now. Looks so cute!

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