Jenny Lawson, known to her thousands of devoted blog and Twitter followers as the Bloggess, tells Swamplot her home in Southern Trails is “pretty and airy and there are NO ZOMBIES around. Unless you’re into zombies.”
And if we are? “Then I can get you zombies. Probably.” This is in Pearland, right?
Oh, but the place looks so . . . normal? Maybe that’s because the Kitchen shamwow comforter insulation pictured above — installed late last month to absorb any suds that might emerge from a laundry-detergent-fortified dishwasher — is missing from the listing photos. The listing does include, however, this family Castle-Study Area:
The suburban home of the suburban blog favorite has been on the market since late May — just a couple of days before the dishwasher incident, actually. But yesterday the price was slashed $9K, to
“I’m moving to my new (to me) house in days so it’s pointless to stalk me,” Lawson tweeted earlier today. The planned move coincides with Lawson’s recently announced book deal. Publishers Marketplace describes her forthcoming “mostly true” memoir as “Little House on the Prairie, but with more cursing.”
Much of that cursing, of course, originates in front of this famous bookshelf backdrop in the front of the house. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath 2007 David Weekley home sits across from a park, on a 7,544-sq.-ft. lot.
Late Update: “The dishwasher shamwow is inside the oven,” Lawson adds. “Just in case…” Is that in place of a home warranty?
- 3203 Bright Landing Ln. [HAR]
- This is why Victor and I both shouldn’t work from home. And also why I shouldn’t be allowed to use large appliances. [The Bloggess]
- The Bloggess gets a book deal [The Book Case]
Dishwasher photo: Jennifer Lawson