Hello Blogland!! Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend!!
I was EVER so glad when 4pm Friday arrived. That class was so mind-numbing and, except for maybe the first morning, TOTALLY useless to me. My boss owes me big time for taking one for the team and going. LOLOLOL
Saturday I spring-cleaned the guest bedroom/hubster’s office. I do this yearly–wash the walls, woodwork, furniture. Dust everything, wash the windows. I just do it one room at a time because it wipes me out and I have to recuperate.
Hubster was off helping his Dad bale hay on the farm so I had the house to myself. It’s so much easier not to have him underfoot when I embark on a “project”.
Anyhow, I rearranged all of the furniture in the room for a fresh look. He came home later that evening, went in the room for a long time and then came out in the kitchen and asked me if I had rearranged the furniture in the guest room. No, it just spontaneously rearranged itself Captain Obvious. LOLOLOLOL Men!!!!
He should know my proclivities on redecorating. My furniture and accessories get moved around so much they should have frequent flyer miles. I used to LOVE to paint the walls (is that strange??) He would travel out-of-town on Monday for work leaving a tan living room and come back Friday to an aqua blue living room. I averaged about every two years changing it up. I finally eliminated the blah builder white house-wide here last summer before my splat. I gotta have SOME color!!
While I was cleaning I found this wonderful picture of our daughter (the new bride) with my Dad. I think this was in 1996–it was Julie’s first performance in The Nutcracker and he brought her flowers. she belonged to the Columbia Chamber Ballet from age 10 to age 18. They put on a condensed version of The Nutcracker every year around the area for free. she danced practically every major role such as Clara and The Sugar Plum Fairy through the years. My Dad would always come to watch her dance in it. The guy right behind Julie to the right is the hubster.
My resident furry fashionista wanted to be included!!
Friday’s wasted in dullsville outfit:
This maxi dress caused a PMP (pee my pants in excitement) moment in the Salvation Army. It’s Dana Buchman–still had the $72 tags on it! It was missing the belt and had a small pop in the seam. $4 and 5 minutes of sewing late I’ve got an awesome new maxi!!
I’ll be back around on Thursday to chat! I’ve got a lot of blog reading to catch up on!