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May 29, 2020


Barbara Winde

It looks great! It is a lot of work you have done and I am looking forward to seeing the finished product.


Lots of hard and productive work there. But you really need to bring the concrete between the pavers up to the same level. The way it is now, it is a trip trap waiting to happen.


Wow! It is looking great and giving a very welcoming path to the front door. Nice work. Visiting from the link party at Our Home Away From Home.

MaryJo Materazo

Hi Jolena! Yes, definitely changed our curb appeal. We have done tons more work and I will be sharing here soon. Thanks so much for stopping by & leaving a sweet comment. Have a great day!

XO- MaryJo

MaryJo Materazo

Hi there- Yes- we have filled in with the gravel between the slate, bringing it flush and sealed it with gator dust. These pictures are all from the first phase and with the rain all winter months it settled and we had not sealed it yet. We actually wanted to make it a 2 step process so it settled and secured naturally. Luckily in all the months we had it nobody tripped . We have actually done a bunch more work & I'll be sharing here as I get everything organized. Thanks so much for stopping by!

XO- MaryJo

MaryJo Materazo

Hi Barbara-Thank you so much! It's been a labor of love for sure but sooo gratifying. I'll be sharing more real soon. Thanks for stopping by & leaving an encouraging comment.

XO- Maryjo

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