Monthly Archives: December 2018

About a year+ ago, I was approached by a couple who had completed a large renovation of their lovely 1790 Cape a couple of years prior. They had totally overhauled and added on to the kitchen under the guidance of a local kitchen design studio, as well as added a large entertaining “piano room,” a […]

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It seems to be a pretty long-standing tradition in New England to put candles in the windows at Christmas time. The 7 mile drive from Concord to my town is just one house after another, all with candles. Then you hit my village with its Main Street lined with 200+ year old homes and it’s […]

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My oldest son, Thing 1, sometimes gets upset when he realizes that that he probably won’t invent anything that is completely new — as in, no one has ever thought of any part of it before. I try to explain that we if all had to invent the wheel each time we wanted to get to […]

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