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Is it too late to become an architect?

Is it too late to become an architect?

I have always believed I was an architect in my former life.  I LOVE looking at houses - big, small, beautiful, undesirable...doesn't matter.  Plus I love math and am a tad OCD about right angles:)  I love going running in different neighborhoods and get lost daydreaming about all the houses I see.  I imagine their layout, how big the master bath is, is the backyard big enough for doggies, where would I drink my morning coffee and evening wine and what aesthetic changes would I make to to please my taste.  Usually I can always find something...paint color, different door, new light fixtures etc...BUT every once in a while I come across a perfect house that I would not change a thing, and it makes me so happy!  Check out this beauty from today's walk! #perfection #wouldntchangeathing #whencanwemovein

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He is happiest who finds peace at home...

He is happiest who finds peace at home...

Our homes are a place of comfort, safety, love, happiness, relaxation, pride and most importantly where we spend time with our loved ones.  Our comfort should never be compromised by the desire to surround ourselves with beauty.  At Annie Digs we consider our pups as part of our family, and therefore take their comfort and happiness into account when considering our decor.  After all, our pups spend most of their lives at home.  Shouldn't they be happy and find peace daily as we do?  

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The picture that started it all...

The picture that started it all...

In spring 2016 I was scrolling through Instagram when I did a double take on this post by one of my fave bloggers, Style me Pretty (@smpliving). I had been looking for a pretty dog bed for upwards of 15 years with no success. They were always ugly and drab, not to mention expensive and poorly constructed. I went through about two beds a year, and they lived in the laundry room or were thrown in a closet when company came over.

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