2.13.2011

Do You Ever DREAM?



 
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                               Do you ever Dream, far fetched Dreams? Maybe wining the lottery? What would you do with all that money? Would you if you had the chance, take this for free? This once was an old Schoolhouse with attached cupola. All wood! The owner is giving it away for free. FREE! Free in exchange for complete removal and its contents from property. I can vision it as a studio, potting shed surrounded with flowers, or maybe a writer's niche filled with books.There is always a catch involved.Work!!! It's still good to DREAM sometimes. Right? I can hear my Hubby say, " Liz, NO more projects! " If he only knew. I hope he's not reading this post! Boy,I'm in trouble.
                            Have a great week everyone.....
                                                                                                                  Hugs,
                                                                                                                   Liz

6 comments:

GailinVirginia said...

Yes, I would take it if I could....many years ago my then favorite author, Celestine Sibley, found just such an old building...then another section of the same bldg. She and her best friend Jack Strong bought both, the story is in the lovely, charming book " A Place Called Sweet Apple" by Celestine Sibley, a well-known Journalist with the newspaper The Atlanta Constitution. Oh my, it is one of the very best reads ever. I just went and gathered both copies I have of it one First Edition and the one I bought upon learning of "Tine" as she was loveling called. I think tomorrow I will feature this as my blog post.
Thank you Liz, you did what a good writer hopes to do... "inspire" others.
~Gail

Babbs said...

I would take it too!! But ahhh yes....the hubby. JUST today... there was a free listing on Craigslist for 50 ft. of new picket fencing with three gates....could NOT talk that man into going and getting it. LOL...usually I can...but I think he was afraid of a huge "honey-do" with this one. HA HA!!!

Pam said...

Oh, I would take that "in my head" in a heartbeat. Outside my head, I don't know if I could handle taking it apart myself. Because there would be no way that my husband would see the building the same way you and I do, so I doubt he would help.

Tricia @ Vintage No. 35 said...

I think that would be great and it would fit in my backyard. I have always wanted a studio above a garage and that it is my space and no one else's.

Linda said...

It would be fun...wish it could just magically appear in your yard for you!

Miss Gracie's House said...

WOW...now that's a project I would fall for...and poor husband...he'd just *have* to go along...but he's good like that!
Rene