To those who work on weekdays, this day is probably marked in calendar (red marker, underlined) and the words are: "weekend starts now".
Like any other, I enjoy the fact that it's Friday. Sure, there's pending housework, but there is some joy in doing the work, and spending time in the house I call my home. Let me tell you one thing: I can't wait for weekend, because the new carpet is arriving.
We have painted the walls in my parent's bedroom (yellow), and they ordered a new carpet. I haven't seen it, so I'm excited about it coming tomorrow. I know there are those among you who despise full length carpets in the rooms. We are all different. We like our house warm to touch with bare feet. :)
If you are planning a new house, or thinking about byuing one - here's a little gem that just might spark your inspiration.
Like most small homes of the first part of the 20th century, the Euclid was a charming house with an open floor plan with plenty of light and easy flow. It has larger than usual rooms and the living room has a bowed end that must have been particularly pleasant. So light was it, that it was called the "solarium".
The bedrooms have windows on two sides to ensure cross-ventilation. Their privacy from the living areas is assured by the connecting hallway from the dining room. The kitchen has a convenient service entrance allowing easy access to the basement.
I hope this charming house has inspired you.