Urban Cottage in Atlanta, GA
The pale olive green with white accents on this cottage is very pleasing.
A precious little sitting room as you come in the door.
So light and bright! Not crazy about the furniture. It's probably staged.
Love the details of the original fireplace.
I love the lightness of the whole cottage.
Love the finishes in this kitchen and that you can see outside through the other room.
Really attractive the way these cabinets envelope a cute little built in wine bar.
The backsplash is really nice.
I think I would have wanted white marble countertops or black granite or soapstone instead
of the mottled granite they chose. But still....it's very lovely.
A nice bath. Really don't like that granite.
Oh...a psychiatrist's office? How convenient for the homeowner who needs therapy.
We all need therapy...don't we?
I once went for therapy and decided my therapist's life was much more messed up than mine and quit going.
It did what it was suppose to do...it cured me from whining about my own life.
My life was great compared to what the therapist had.
She said that perhaps I had nothing to learn from the things I'd been through.
That didn't seem right to me. If I didn't learn something from it...what was the point?
Although in hindsight perhaps she was right about this.
I'd done the best I could do in the situation I had been in and it wasn't up to me to change the situation.
It was really none of my own doing.
So maybe she was a good therapist?
Nice back living area leading out to the back deck.
A double bathroom.
Again...don't like the granite they chose. And why or why that huge mirror?
Please builders...stop doing that.
The wall would be better left bare so the home owner could choose.
Serviceable back deck. Sure needs some color...but these photos were taken in the winter.
Love the front porch...lots of room out here for summer living.
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I'm sluggish today. I've been sluggish for the past four days.
I caught some weird throat cold thing from someone at work.
We have a new girl at work that insists on hugging everyone when they come and go.
She also has had this weird throat cold thing for two weeks.
I've told her not to hug me because I don't want to get sick and she just laughs and hugs me anyway.
I don't hug back.
On Thursday I worked and I was starting to be sick and I told the person I was working with that
I knew I got it when the new person hugged me.
She said. "She hugs me too! I hate it!"
Then another said they hated and another and another.
So this person is hugging all of us and we don't want to be hugged.
Plus, obliviously, it's a good way to spread disease.
Don't get me wrong. I can do a hug...with my Mom...my sister...a good friend I haven't seen
in a long time....my Aunt.
But I don't want my co-workers hugging me every day.
I do hug co-workers when they leave to go work somewhere else or when they are having a hard time.
What do you think? Am I being to unreasonable?
And how do we get this person to stop hugging us every time we come into work
and leave work?