We have decided to try to sell our house before we find something new…the idea of living in a cheap apartment for a few months doesn’t really scare us, so if it sells before we find a new home, we aren’t too concerned. We are being rather picky about where we will live, so our options are fairly limited. I can’t increase my current five block commute!
For about three weeks now we have been cleaning the house of all clues that humans actually live there. For a knitter, this is a hard task. It involves removing a ton of fibre space totes from every corner of the living room. I have had to hide away bins and baskets of unfinished projects and tuck my yarn stash bins into the back corners of closets. Today the photographer came to shoot photos of the house so that it could be on the market this week. Before he arrived, I took a moment to walk around with my iphone and see what the rooms looked like through a photo lense. Unfortunately, there are still some signs that a knitter lives here.
And so this morning, after leaving behind only the evidence above, I whisked up the dog bowl and all signs of animals and exited the house so that our photographer could get started. Looked down and found this! doh!