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February 28, 2014

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suzanne,
i have been following, with great excitement, your posts about your amazing new adventure.
it is so good to have you back and posting to your blog again.
what a touching moment that must have been to add that quartz stone to your beautiful new fireplace.
those two old gentlemen look like true craftsmen.
thank you for sharing with us this transformation of your lovely old farmhouse.
i look forward to and enjoy each and every photo and detail.
blessings to you!
karla

What a work of art. Thanks for sharing your old house reno. I'm enjoying it immensely and so far it's just gorgeous.

I am just loving the story of your farmhouse. What wonderful masons to suggest you put stone from your property in the mantle, and then letting you do the work.

Beautiful. A great story. Those two older men are fabulous and I love how they had you put your own rock into the fireplace. The fireplace looks wonderful and I love that basket in the last shot. Looking forward to seeing the entire room when it is finished. And I want to see what you did with the old mantle.

I just found your blog through Pinterest! I will be back.

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