Here's the "nickel tour."
For starters, this is the mezuzah that greets you at the door.
Of course you’ve already seen it since it also greets you at the door of this blog.
Once inside, you’re in the dining area. I’ve shared lots of good times in this space with family and friends and am looking forward to many more in the coming year.
Just past the dining area on to the left is the galley-style (but good size, by New York standards) kitchen. (If anyone knows how to display these two pictures side-by-side, I'd love to hear from you!)
Further on is the living room.
The television is my least favorite part of the room...although there are times when I do like to lazy about on the couch and watch.
Far more interesting than the TV, I think, is the Stromberg-Carlson radio that belonged to my grandparents. It's a radio (from the pre-FM days) and a phonograph player. Tucked into one of the musty storage sections are some old (are there any other kind?!) Enrico Caruso recordings. My mother always used to say that she remembered the radio from when she was a very little girl. I wouldn't be surprised if they all used to gather 'round it to listen to Franklin Roosevelt's fireside chats.
By far, my favorite part of the living room is what I always refer to as my reading nook. Here's where I'd like to spend much of my time in the next few weeks.
The bedroom and the bathroom round out my home, sweet home.
Welcome…hope to see you soon!