Building dollhouses began as my COVID distraction until, one day, poof! I woke up and Barry Manilow was following me around the house crooning, “I’ve looked up, down, tryin’ to get the feeling again.” No more dollhousing. I’d lost interest.
At the same time, I’d planned on walking away from realsmallrealestate, but over the last few months, I’ve found a hundred things I’ve wanted to blah, blah, blah, blah about.
For any dollhouse enthusiast visitors, my work is still cataloged in these pages. For those who stop by for my Wim Hof updates, I’m still at it and will offer periodic progress reports. The rest of the site will be an incoherent mish-mash of whatever strikes my interest on any given day.
If you’re looking for the word salad bar of blog sites, you’re in the right place.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
“…there is a magical place i visit sometimes. my eyes and hands wander through rooms i know so well…
“…a lovely space. a lovely escape. it is my dollhouse.”-anon.
Keep Calm And Dollhouse On
…the British Government…ish
A couple of months ago, I wrote my “last” post on realsmallrealestate. But then, Sunny died. Sunny was my wing-girl. I adopted her from a rescue organization on 14 May 2015. It was just after I retired and I finally had time to give my full attention to a dog. I had been turning overContinue reading “19 june 2022: i lost my wing girl”
Dear Reader(s), In the words of Kenny Rogers, “You’ve got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em…” After 90 posts and a year and a half, it’s time to close the door on real small real estate. Building dollhouses and writing about them got me through the pandemic. As “15 daysContinue reading ““you’ve got to know when to hold ’em…””
This post reflects my continuing experience with cold water immersion. Big caveat up front: If you “jump into” (no pun intended) cold water immersion too quickly, you can end up with a medical emergency. Proceed slowly. Let your mind, body, and maybe a coach, guide you. And of course, medical clearance is recommended. Also, thisContinue reading “wim hof + andrew huberman on cold water immersion”