Anyone ever been down to the mushroom house? Getting to it requires going through either a crazy trail where injury is possible (lots of areas are crumbling free) or down some stairs leading to the nude beach populated by 50+y/o tourists from Europe.🍄
The new driveway is getting its ultimate test today.
Of course it’s nice [some would say essential! 🙋🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️] to have a house that looks great, but a home should first and foremost support your lifestyle.
I think we tick both boxes out here with our developing street appeal and the kids are pretty happy with some space to play.
I’m just mostly stoked that we no longer have a pile of muddy shoes. I’ve even cleaned and sorted the shoe cupboard to celebrate 🥳🙊 It’s feeling good to let some of that OCD back in my life 😂
This past weekend Lyndi and I hosted a Friendsgiving at our house and had such a fun night. It was filled with so much good food, delicious wine, and amazing friends. Really I should just call them family, because that’s what they are to me now. They are the people that have constantly showed up during hard seasons, when I have needed to hear the honest (sometimes brutal) truth, or if I just need a good laugh. It’s nights like these that make me realize how truly special life can be.
"Los patrones de los acontecimientos que rigen la vida en los edificios y en las ciudades no pueden separarse del espacio donde ocurren" - Christopher Alexander. "El lenguaje de Patrones" ; La "Torre de Santiago" me recordó la vulneravilidad que está tan profundamente arraigada en el espacio que ocupa. Nos vemos pronto Stgo. #ciudad#santiago#arquitectura