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Could add lights to this and put it on the end of the barn or end of the house.

Could add lights to this and put it on the end of the barn or end of the house.

“Why do we choose sadness over happiness, when we are hurting? answer is simple, because every other emotion just feels wrong, depending upon how well you can lie to yourself and convince yourself to feel happy again. But if you want to heal your wounds, Let sadness take its course. It helps you recognize your faults and make peace with your inner self, let it take its time and when the time is right you shall feel happy again, most importantly in control and satisfied.” ― Sneha Agarwal

“Why do we choose sadness over happiness, when we are hurting? answer is simple, because every other emotion just feels wrong, depending upon how well you can lie to yourself and convince yourself to feel happy again. But if you want to heal your wounds, Let sadness take its course. It helps you recognize your faults and make peace with your inner self, let it take its time and when the time is right you shall feel happy again, most importantly in control and satisfied.” ― Sneha Agarwal

A beautiful rustic fireplace mantel for Christmas! Love the floor to ceiling brick and all of the natural decorations!

Cozy & Rustic Christmas Mantel

A beautiful rustic fireplace mantel for Christmas! Love the floor to ceiling brick and all of the natural decorations!

With a house as simple and unassuming as our 1880s row house, I really like to add something special each year to jazz up our exterior for the Christmas season. And in a historic town like Old Town Alexandria, inflatables and thousands of twinkle lights set to club Christmas rave music just won't cut it (as much as Alex would like to convince me otherwise). So where does this leave me? This year my answer is festive decor, made with fresh greens and a little something extra.In the title of…

With a house as simple and unassuming as our 1880s row house, I really like to add something special each year to jazz up our exterior for the Christmas season. And in a historic town like Old Town Alexandria, inflatables and thousands of twinkle lights set to club Christmas rave music just won't cut it (as much as Alex would like to convince me otherwise). So where does this leave me? This year my answer is festive decor, made with fresh greens and a little something extra.In the title of…

I would add a sign that said something like "Please decorate me!" and let people who stop by get in the spirit at my front porch.

I would add a sign that said something like "Please decorate me!" and let people who stop by get in the spirit at my front porch.

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