Flat

flat

 [flat]

noun

Chiefly British . an apartment or suite of rooms on one floor forming a residence.
Origin:  1795–1805;  variant of obsolete flet, Old English:  floor, house,hall; akin to flat
So here’s our very lovely 3rd floor flat, where I get to live with two good friends from Jewell, and downstairs there’s a lovely family (Tom and Shona and their imaginative, energetic 7 year old son). Tonight Mariah participated in a spirited sword-and-imagination fight with him; she lost, despite her creative efforts to evade his constricting and ever-changing rules.  On the first floor there’s soon to be a family with a 2 year old and a 4 year old. I can’t wait!  We live on a beautiful street and have a really inviting backyard  (or “garden”). It’s the bomb.
So, here it is (with helpful/annoying comments on the photos):

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3 Comments on “Flat”

  1. Shirley Keyser says:

    Very nice flat. Please do not break your toe when you turn over in bed. I did that on a twin bed in Africa…close to wall…kicked wall. Love, Grandma

  2. Kelly Keyser says:

    I love it – makes me homesick for another time… Soak it all in Karen! Enjoy!

  3. Melissa Hartwell says:

    I like the water bottle.


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