The previous owner of the house we hope to get (still waiting on the bank) obviously had a Cricut machine. There are little sayings all over the house, from the formal sitting room to the den to the living room, to the kitchen, to the pantry, to the bedrooms . . .we have not checked the attic yet.
The first time that we looked at the house, we felt so bad for the previous owners. Perhaps the husband lost his job or their mortgage payment was too high and they had to cut their loses? In the living room, above the fireplace, it says "I Could Live Like This Forever" and we felt bad that they had lost their dream and we were trying to jump on a great deal.
But then we found out that they had gotten divorced and he was living with his fiance in Arizona and she was living with her boyfriend in California.
In the bedroom, above where the bed should be, it reads "Always Kiss Me Goodnight". Now, this is a popular saying found in many couples' bedrooms and kids' bedrooms alike.
But, it does not really fit Garry & me. So we've wondered what we should put up in its place.
Perhaps: "You're Taking Over Too Much of the Bed. Scoot Over!"
How 'bout: "Hey, Stop Hogging The Blanket"
Or my personal favorite: "If You Don't Stop Snoring, I Swear I'll Suffocate You With My Pillow"