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When I first purchased my home in 2005 I bought it as a first time home thinking that by now I would either have sold it or done some home remodeling. Needless to say it is now 2010 and with the market the way it is I would never be able to sell the home, let alone walk away from it without losing money or owing money.

Today I sit here thinking about all the items I want to fix with my house and cosmetic renovations I would love to make such as replacing the vinyl siding from the current ugly yellow color to a new prettier color such as a shade of blue. Vinyl siding is alright, however, the yellow has just got to go! I think a blue would work to make my home look more presentable from the outside.

Another area of my home that I really think about during Summer time is replacement windows, the ones currently installed are so old and brittle that I swear they are probably original 1945¬† windows. I have to use a stick to prop the windows open which means I can’t open up the windows within reach of little fingers (AJ & Baby K). Hopefully this Summer I will be able to replace my windows with more up to date¬† ones.

So if you could do any renovation with your home I wonder what you would do? I personally would love to just build a completely new home back on my property a bit more so that each child could have their own room and we could have a family entertainment room, that would be living in style!

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Written by brandyellen

Brandy is a NH Mama who desires to share her stories as a means to inspire others to live life fully, learn from their mistakes and move forward. When Brandy isn't rambling, she is off on adventures to experience life to the fullest in New England. Author, with her daughter, of Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts Question about this post or something found within it? Read my Disclosure Policy as well as Terms of Use.