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Having roots is an essential part of life that I probably wasn't born with. I see homes like this and work along side my bestie putting together plans for her clients at her Architecture firm and as much as I love visiting these homes and providing friends (solicited) decorating advice I'm just not there yet. Last year I was steps away from making the big move, you know, buying a house, planting a garden and then... Life happened big time!

I ended up cavorting in other parts of the world that confirmed my need for being nomadic. This is becoming more and more true in my life and I see my daughter having the same patterns which makes it easy for me as a mom but at the same time, I do want the house and the garden, the white picket fence and my daughter there.

My goal next year will be to set some roots, or at least try to... In the meantime I'll get ready to surf some unknown places in this beautiful earth and I'll continue to browse through amazing homes like this. My only question is, may I also have the sheep?

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  1. Amen! I'm sort of in that position at the moment. I guess you have find the place you truly love and then you'll plant your roots there. Have a fantastic weekend!

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    1. You too, darling! I wish you find it and have lots of fun decorating it! xoxo

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  2. I hear ya... haven't settled in the place where are would love to and not sure if I'm going to find it .. if it's the one and so on.. trying to find my way and my spot in life still!

    hope you can settled down somewhere lovely with your sweet girl, soon! xo

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    1. Thank you, darling! I wish you the same when you're ready. Traveling is fun :)

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  3. Ah. This is my DREAM house!! I wish I was a bit more nomadic...I'm a bit safe sometimes. Perhaps I need to move to a place like this (sheep too, please!)

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    1. Being safe is good, it makes for wonderful memories with your family. I've missed so many of those moments, my parents wedding for one. I want to be more safe but it's not in me, I wish I get the bug at one point because life like this at 50 must be to lonely.

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  4. I think that house is fantastic, look how it blends whit the country site, even when it's designe goes through the minimalistic and rationalistic line, it absolutely blends...But please, don't have the sheep, Ana!!!!;)

    Kisses and hugs!
    Inés

    SimplyClassyMe.blogspot.com

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    1. Hahaha! You make me laugh so hard, Ines! I won't get a sheep, promise! :)

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  5. This house is beautiful, and would make even a true nomad consider putting down some roots. I don't know if a house is the only way to make them though, and it seems like you and Emma are building a safe, loving life together.

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    1. We are :) Even though we spend big chunks of time apart. That kiddo is pure fun and cuddles.

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  6. What a magic house Ana! (I'd let you have the sheep)

    I also know what you mean about having no roots, In NZ in the traditional Maori way of introducing yourself you tell your family lineage by naming your mountain and your river. I've moved around so much that I don't have a place I call home so whenever I introduced myself I said my lineage was with the ocean, it's cheesy but I feel a sense of belonging there and almost wherever I go the ocean is always there.

    Maybe you need to buy a house by the sea?

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    1. I don't think it's cheesy. This made my heart skip a beat. I've been thinking about Australia and New Zealand lately, I have family in NZ and I need a change so I might end up there next year. I definitely wish I could buy a home by the sea, I've never felt more balanced, free and healthy as I do by the sea. When I moved here it was a lot to take in, I love the city too but there's something so magnificent about having your own beach spot. Sigh. I feel incredibly homesick whenever I leave Brazil and that time it's coming soon.

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  7. We were nomadic for many years, heck at one point I was living half-time in a hotel in Florida and the other half of the time in my apartment in Colorado. I'm glad we ultimately bought a house in my home state of Louisiana. We're still nomadic, I don't think that will ever change, but now we have a true home to come home to. Something very comforting about it. We don't have the sheep, though my husband has his sights set on chickens ..

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