We’re a fifty-something couple who bought a 126-year-old Methodist church in southern Wisconsin that we renovated into a home. This blog began in 2017 as a memoir-in-progress written in more-or-less real-time. After we moved in in late 2018, I determined the memoir-in-progress had run its course, but Church Sweet Home—the blog—continues. Only I don’t write it in past tense, and the posts aren’t serialized anymore. I write about further progress we’ve made on the renovation and show off how we’re decorating the spaces.
This blog has all the original entries, but if you want an easy way to read them, check out the book, Church Sweet Home: A Renovation to Warm the Soul, available now from online booksellers everywhere.
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