Not that a Tiny House would hold all my crafting and art supplies, never mind the memorabilia . . . but I’d still like a Tiny House to live in; a Tiny Cottage, to be precise, rather Hobbity in nature, with elements of Art Deco and Arts&Crafts. With a huge hay barn behind, ready to become a workspace for all and sundry occupations I might be tempted to indulge in . . . ~ Linne
We bought our house for the garden. It’s a little narrow, but nice and long, and the combination of plants and terraces makes it look like it goes on forever. There’s nothing wrong with the house. It’s prettier from the inside than it is from the outside, but it does the trick.
It’s certainly not a mansion. Each of the kids has a room of their own, and Mrs 23thorns and I share one. The same cannot be said about our cupboard space. But my shoulders are broad, and I soldier on (although I would just like to point out that the one with the broad shoulders should have the most cupboard space. My jackets are much bigger). There’s a bathroom, a TV room/lounge/office, and a kitchen. And an odd little space we laughingly call the dining room.
We’re very happy there, but if I were to be honest with…
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