Monday, October 03, 2011

New preview of works at Loime Studios

If anyone stops by, I just posted a block of my current works at www.loimestudios.blogspot.com . Its a preview of illustrations from the past year, which haven't been professionally shot, but I wanted to go ahead and post for viewing.
Thanks for stopping by.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Moving In

So we are 3 weeks in the house, with the wall-to-wall carpeting up, which was on top of 60+ year old lenolium on top of ancient subflooring, secured with pounds of nails, and beneath it all were some well worn, but character-infused wood floors. We've also started stripping the ancient varnish off the woodwork ... and within prepping the house for the big move-in, we discovered some leaky pipes.

And now, two toilets, a faucet and a new main sewer line later, and some great friends, we are living in the house for 5 days now!

Hopefully photos will be coming soon!

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Loving the backyard

The kids found an old Adarondack chair in the backyard. Today, I put out some squirrel feed with Liam ... Norá went out and feasted on it.

A view from the 1/3 acre backyard

The backyard comes complete with a cherry tree, apple tree, pear tree and blackberry bushes among others.

A Facebook photo album link

Our New Front Porch


Static Nomadics are we

Our years of wandering have come to a close as we have invested ourselves in a grand classic 1923 precast stone house in the Northeastern Baltimore neighborhood of Frankford. Its going to take time to make return it to its original beauty, but oh what a beauty it is!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Catching up

So the past few months have been filled with Renaissance Festivals, our 8th Anniversary, Norá's 1st Birthday, some running about, parties weddings and most recently a trip to Alabama to visit the family for Thanksgiving ... and finally a commitment to returning to this blog for our regular posts.

And Dale, if you are reading this, its all for you.

As for today, we are in Elizabeth City, NC at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel after a refreshing nights sleep and getting ready to head to Virginia Beach for lunch, then across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, up the Eastern Shore to an overnight stay at the Bagley's in Grasonsville, then on home tomorrow night.