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House Tour - The First Floor

 I promised a house tour, so here it is. I have decided to break it up into three parts so things don't get too crazy. So today it is time for the first floor (or most of it anyway). Since we have only lived here two weeks, I can take no credit at all for how things look, the layout or anything like that. My in-laws did a great job taking care of this place and remodeling parts of it. I do have plans for paint in some parts, but I haven't gotten to that step yet.

The entryway. The door we most often use leads you here to the entry way/laundry area.

The first door you come too then leads to a bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet.
 The door at the end of the entry way leads to this. It was the office, but we are making it a toy room. But the filing cabinet will have to stay where it is because nobody wants to try and move that. We have some of the kids toys here and Joash has some things in the basement. Mostly things that he doesn't want Mataya to get into.
 Then you turn the corner and go down this hallway.
To the left is our kitchen and dinning area. We also have our computer in here. I love the open feel and all of the windows.

The kitchen part of the room.
 To the right is the living room. Again lots of windows and really open feel.
 Come back tomorrow for part 2 - upstairs!


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