Through The Looking Glass

My parents have a floor-to-ceiling glass wall in the front of their house. You can see what that looks like from the outside in this post

From the inside it looks like this.

And this.

And on a rainy October morning it looks like this. 

After those chilly mornings earlier this month the weather has returned to normal (I assume) Nova Scotia autumn temperatures and precipitation. Some days sunny and bright, some days windy, some days torrential downpours. Fall.

We are enjoying our very last days here in my parents' home. In three weeks we will move. With soap making out my system I'll be able to tell you about our moving (yet again) plans next week.

Happy Weekending!

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  • Natalia

    Natalia on Oct. 22, 2011, 6:48 p.m.

    I just wanted to tell that I adore your blog, or should I say "the way you live your life" :)

    Best wishes for all of you :)


  • elizabeth

    elizabeth on May 10, 2012, 11:31 p.m.

    Hi Renee. I came upon your blog when I googled "where to find lye to make soap in Nova Scotia". Could you tell me in which Home Hardware you buy the lye? They didn't have any in Antigonish or Guysborough near where I live. I had an old container bought in 2002 in Ontario, but need a new source. Thank you,Elizabeth


    • renee

      renee on May 11, 2012, 11:15 a.m.

      Elizabeth, I got the lye at the Home Hardware in Bridgewater on the South Shore. Nowhere near where you live (I think). Maybe one Home Hardware could send it to another?


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