…every window open to great possibility.

“May your walls know joy; May every room hold laughter and every window open to great possibility.” Maryanne Radmacher-Hershey

The WINDOWS are most important to us, the ones that look at the River and beyond.  And so, we imagine and wonder, we prototype ideas and we talk.

Great Possibilities – a window door and a window span 8 ft toward lot 6, turn right, 36 feet of windows with a door toward the river, turn right 4-5 ft of window toward lot 4.

In the 36 ft – 16 ft in the kitchen, a door, and 16-17 ft in the great room.  The decision is actually very intricate.  We evolve as we learn more.

Mullion or Individual Windows, How high, How low, Should we consider transoms?  The questions seem endless and yet, we learn more each day.  Our goal is clear — we want to view the river and beyond, to feel the expansive, to savor the possibilities.

Then there are the building requirements – the header, the distance from the floor, the integrity of the doors, the interruption between windows.

We are hoping for joy, laughter and possibility.  Thank you Maryanne for capturing the sentiment in your quote.  Some pictures that capture our thoughts and inspire us, most pictures are  from Houzz.com.

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About Linda D

The kids are grown. I am creating and living the life I love. I do miss our family dinnertime conversations, especially Honest Wednesdays, or Reality Sundays, somethin' like that, always a laugh or a cry or look into each individuals perspective and life experiences. To me, that is what FAMILY is about, sharing the joy of being connected to each other! So even when the kids live away from home, one is 630 miles away, I strive to keep connected, with love!

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