This cracks me up. The first thing someone sees when they enter my apartment is the washing machine. Yes, this is the country that invented feng shui.
Yet on the whole, I’m not complaining. I’ve got a roomy living room and two bedrooms. (Maybe I’ll open a B&B to make some extra cash.)
It’ll take a while, but in time I’m sure I’ll grow used to the patterns and the orange couch. Since I’m immediately next to the middle school and the students can see into my first floor windows I’m keeping the shades drawn all the time.
The kids can also peer into my bedroom so I’ll keep those curtains closed too.
Here’s my kitchen. Once I get some food, I’ll do some cooking here. The closest store doesn’t offer that much, no fruits, vegetables or meats. I do wish I had a microwave.
I have a guest bedroom, which I doubt I’ll need.
All in all, I’m quite happy, but like the other teachers not all the promised items on the list we were given this summer were in the apartment. When we asked about them, we were told someone made a new list. Hmm.
- Feng Shui Fabulous: Transformational Tips for Everyday Living (prweb.com)
- Maximizing your Flying Star feng shui (flyingstarfengshui.wordpress.com)