A Tiny (House) Update

Hello!  I meant to write this blog post two months ago, with a heads up that I would probably be quieter for a while, but what with one thing and another, it’s November now.  One of the main problems was our camera.  At the end of August, I went for a walk in the rain.  I thought I had taken everything that couldn’t get wet out of the rain, but about 24 hours later, I found our camera inside the bag in a soaking wet case.  I put in in rice, and then when we got to Pennsylvania, I put the rice and camera in a cupboard and left it.  I’m doing much better than I was at dealing with stressful things, but I didn’t want to face up to the fact that I had probably wrecked our camera.  As long as it was in the rice, I could hold on to some hope.  Schrödinger’s camera.

Last week I finally felt like I could face up to it, and, surprise!  It still works!  So here are a few long-promised pictures from inside the tiny house we have been living for almost 3 months now:




It has been a great space for us!  It has been so good to be able to live alongside the family we are helping, but also have some space to ourselves.  It has also been really good for us to be able to be in the same place for a while.  (I’m actually not sure how to say these things strongly enough.)

11 thoughts on “A Tiny (House) Update

      • Looks really cozy and inviting. The cord looks a little dodgy though. Do you need an electrician? 🙂

      • haha! If we were staying here long-term, YES! For now, since we are not fully living in it, we just have an extension cord from the main house. (It was a good short-term solution.) Cozy is a good word… it’s possible we got a little spoiled having SO much space to ourselves in Chilliwack 😉

  1. I love your tiny house, I watch tiny homes all the time! I could live in one but Gunther likes his space! Are you located in Pennsylvania now? It has been a while since you blogged, so glad your camera still works. I just use my phone for pics now. We are busy winterizing right now, we had a great harvest season this year. Great to hear from you! I still miss my Mom but I think that will never go away, I am learning to live with it but I sure you both know something about that! You never far from my thoughts, take care. Love & hugs!

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