22 February 2010

Living Generically: Life After Staging

Having been staged (the house, that is), we expected to feel a bit plain. Or even generic, like a hotel room. The above photo is where I am right now. It's plain. It's generic. But here's the real what it's like: living in a staged home is like living in a hotel room with Sherman.

Sherman's our dog.
When we are in a hotel with Sherman we must keep soap tucked away. Trash cans tucked away. Clothes hung. Papers in briefcases. Cords hidden. And, of course, absolutely no food or cutlery left in sight.

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