A huge thank you to everyone who voted for us in 1912 Bungalow’s Make the Season Bright contest. Because of you, we placed third, winning a … Continue reading Thanks for Making Our Season Bright!
Just in case you haven’t already heard, there’s a contest going on over at the 1912 Bungalow site. Prizes include an Otis light fixture from Schoolhouse … Continue reading Make the Season Bright Contest: Still Time to Enter!
Our Christmas tree has been up now for about a week and a half. In that time, I have had to redecorate the bottom third of it no less than … Continue reading Christmas trees and one year olds do not mix
A big thank you to Dan Mark, an architect, architectural historian and house genealogist who has been following the posts on our home’s genealogy. Dan has generously augmented the information collected by … Continue reading Yet More House Genealogy…
Dawn has a gift for house genealogy and has very kindly put her skills to work for us, digging up lots of fascinating historical information about our home. On a recent trip to Portland’s Cental Library, she was able to discover the following: Continue reading “Supercalifragilisticexpi-Bungalowcious!”
As I mentioned in my previous post, it rarely snows in Portland, so Sunday’s blanketing of the area was an unexpected surprise. Apparently, it may snow … Continue reading Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Julio snapped these photos of the front of our house on Sunday. Snow is fairly unusual in these parts, so a white Christmas is a rare treat … Continue reading Nothing like a little snow to put you in the holiday spirit!
…at least in the living room. Unfortunately, the rest of the house is still a mess. I don’t really feel like sharing photos of the chaos, so here’s … Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
A great big thanks to Dan – an architect and self-proclaimed “avid genealogist” – who read the recent post on our home’s genealogy and provided us … Continue reading More House Genealogy and Some Freaky Coincidences
I imagine many of our fellow Houseblogs.net members are familiar with the blog Bungalowicious. For those of you who aren’t, much like Bungalow Insanity, it follows … Continue reading Our house’s genealogy