Wishing and hoping and dreaming!

Sorry for my delayed absence, but I’ve been wrestling with Bloggers new “upgrade” (which obviously I don’t think is! I’m pondering a move to wordpress, but seem to be having issues there too, so bear with me! I have every intention of doing something soon with this blog!

Through one of the other 50’s blogs (no idea who now…sorry..been too long!) I heard about these fantastic paint color palettes at Sherwin Williams! This is probably the one we’d end up choosing:

But these are more the colors I like. One of the houses down the street is painted (original paint I think) in these colors:
Anyway, go have a look….if anything it’s flattering that Sherwin Williams is finally waking up to 50’s exterior design!
Oh, and I’m living vicariously through Ranch Redo’s bathroom renovation. I’d love nothing more than to take a sledgehammer to our bathroom, but we’d have to have the money to put it back together!

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