We moved in like three or four weeks ago, and I was planning on putting up photos as soon as we got here, but I've just been really lazy about it. Between having to come to the library to use the internet and spending tons of time looking for job opportunities, I was totally sick of being on the computer. But I have some photos of the inside and outside of the house, and I thought y'all like to see how we're living it up in the One and Only Brattleboro.
This is completely self-explanatory. There's space invader tilework and beer brewing equipment in our downstairs shower. Duh.
This is Jean and my room. Jean painted the walls gold and I rasterbated Frankie Teardrop in magenta and put her up on the wall. We have a pretty janky stereo set up, but it plays records well enough.
This might be a little confusing. The closed white door is the door into our bedroom, but we also have the front bedroom which is kind of like a dressing room or an office or something. We basically have two bedrooms, it's tight. Then there's a hallway (with the wood floors) and the bathroom on the left.
Here's the front of the house. We don't use the front door yet, but we might in the future. We're thinking of getting a dart board for this hallway.
This isn't our house, but this is our neighborhood. It's quiet and most of the houses are enormous. I guess we inadvertently moved into the nicest neighborhood in Brattleboro.
This is a photo of the town and the shortcut we take through the snow to get to town.
Here's the kitchen, you can't tell, but the cabinets are all that gross salmon color, with tons of paint chipping off. I like it.
Here's our dining/living room. Eventually someone will probably be living behind the double doors, but not yet. We have very little furniture so far, as you can tell.
Here's our side porch and our collection of icicles. Sometimes, once the snow gets really heavy on the roof, it all slides off at once and shake the whole house. It's pretty amazing, but scary to wake up to. It feels a lot like an earthquake.
Here's the front of our house, with our satellite dish. It snowed like two feet in the last weeks, so there's no path up to the front of the house anymore. That's why they stopped delivering our mail, but we're going to get a shovel soon and start getting them to deliver stuff again.
This is a photo taken the night Stephanie broke her back jumping off the parking structure into a big pile of snow. It was crazy, we all did it a bunch of times, and then on her fourth time, she fucked up her back and they told her it was busted when we went to the hospital the next day. Send her "get well soon" cards!
In case anyone's wondering our house is called Bonetown. BT, BT, VT, USA! If you want our address, send me an email and I'll send it to you. I don't want to post that shit all over the internet.