The blog where things are moved and hung.

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Since all the trim work was finished in the barn, it was time for a little decorating…. husband style.

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The old washing machine was slid across the floor.

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A few military helicopter pictures were hung.

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And of course….

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His favorite sign of all was prominently placed.

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Moving back inside….

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A second tier of shelves was built into every corner.

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And then it was time to go shopping upstairs.

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Apple press?

Check!

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Butter table?

Check!

And then my husband, the man who visibly cringes every time I put a nail hole in our walls….

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The man who has given me hell for each and every thing I have ever hung in our home…. decided this would be his I love me section and plans to fill it with photos and plaques while turning his barn walls into Swiss cheese.

I admit, I may have cackled at this point. The irony was simply too strong.

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35 thoughts on “The blog where things are moved and hung.”

  1. I suggest you consider a campaign to be executed over the course of several months where you insidiously introduce some “feminine” touches and see if he notices. A candle here, a throw rug there, the possibilities are endless. I do like his man cave though. It is shaping up nicely.

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  2. The difference between you hanging pictures and husband hanging pictures, is that hubby probably used rusty nails — thereby saving the expense of buying new nails. Consider yourself lucky to have such a thrifty husband!

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  3. The shelf does appear to be level, and the pictures are balanced (and I like both pictures). In looking for a positive spin to put on this, I’d say it’s highly unlikely that he’s going to start filling the barn with “stuff” again.

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  4. I enjoy the sense of barn play. It reminds me of the mountains and the girl cave I created years ago. Sometimes teenagers can really use these outlets as can adults if you don’t have the room in your house.

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