The kitchen area
This is the front room on the main floor. Don't worry, those chairs on the right are definitely purple and I LOVE them. :)
I would call this the family room. There is a tv you can't see., and it's right off the kitchen area.
This is the totally awesome dining room but it never gets used becuase there is a ton of places to sit and eat in the kitchen.A different view of the kitchen
The view of walking into the kitchen/family room area
What you see as you walk out of the family room area-this is the upper level of the deck
This is how you get upstairs to the bedrooms
These stairs go downstairs, and yes it is bright green carpet. Apparently it reminded him of turf.
I don't know if you can tell from this picture, but that tv is definitely bigger than most people's beds. I should have stood next to it, to show you that it is ridiculously enormous.
The pool and foosball table could make for a good time. do you want to come visit me yet?
This is the lower level of the deck, coming out of the basement.
The basement bathroom, of course it had to be green, to match the turf!
There are a few other bathrooms in the house, a nice red laundry room, and office with treadmill and such, but those aren't very exciting. Now to the best part of the whole house: our room. We are staying in the master. Ahhh....
one side of the bathroom, with the giant glass shower
The other side, have you ever seen a black toilet? Cause we sure have.
The giant jacuzzi tub inbetween
Here is the living room section of our bedroom, complete with cow hide rug and mini bar.
This is our little office space we created, looking out the window over the river that runs through the backyard.
Oh and the bed, the greatest thing about this whole place...oh the bed. To say the least, it is VERY comfortable.
So here's the thing, yes the house is nice. Something kind of weird, they left a lot of stuff here, like everything. Clothes in the drawers and closets, food in the pantry, their cars, rosary's, chewing tobacco etc. It just feels kind of funny; but, like we said, it is so close to Nate's work and you just don't find commutes like that out here. So we decided it would definiely be worth it. So we moved in monday night. Surprise! SOmeone comes to see the house. Nate calls the lady who owns this place, and she's like "Yeah, I thought she could rent out the other bedroom." He told her he didn't know she was planning on doing that, plus this girl was not first choice of a roommate so Nate told the lady that. Tuesday, I spent the entire day cleaning this house so I didn't feel like I was in othere people's yuck, and unpacking and settling in, surprise! Nate gets an email from the lady saying someone would be coming over that night to look at the house and if we could move the bedroom furniture downstairs cuase thats where she would be staying. We did not sign up for a dormitory! The house is not THAT big, and that's weird! We have informed our landlady that we are not comfortable with having another person living here too, and if she wants to rent out every room then we would find another place to live. We are currently waiting to hear back from her on what she decides to do, and again, are in a search of apartment, just in case. It would be best if we stayed here, it's a good location and plus, I wouldn't have to pack everything up again! I've talked to the Curves owners out here, but until I know for sure if we are going to stay or have to move, I haven't started working yet. I'm just trying to orient myself with this place and keep from getting lost (which is not going so well so far). Nate loves his job, so I'm happy. It's nice to have something going well. :) Since is the LONGEST blog in all of blog history, I'm done now. THanks for paying attention all the way to the end!