My deepest apologies for disappearing this week. I had the best intentions, and even a good post idea or two, but events overtook and stomped me. Nothing serious, but a whole lot of must dos that cropped up unexpectedly. So here is week two of the linkup started by Natalie at Threads and Bobbins. Sunday… Continue reading Sunday Sevens #2
Natalie at Threads and Bobbins had a cool idea for a weekly linkup. So here’s my contribution–a week of photos for the Sunday Sevens linkup.
Sunday’s are almost always guinea pig pen cleaning day.
It’s gotten cool enough to wear my favorite sweatshirt in the evenings. I’m ready, so bring on the cold weather!!!
Books—reading is forever.
One scrummy Peppermint Mocha Latte!! Bible study started this week, and I was feeling the need for a pick-me-up between work and our study.
Actually from Wednesday, but has applied to the entire month. My local grocery store has decided to redo their entire layout. Leaving aisles of empty shelves and oddities like putting the peanut butter with the coffee. (???)
Purple glitter nail polish. Not for me.
Painting the living room, which is room two of a three-room makeover. The color is “Soft Turquoise” by Behr.
It’s been a busy week in my tangled life. So I’ll offer you my latest episode for your enjoyment and laughter. Although for once, this one is entirely my fault, so I hope you enjoy it. The Back Story You must understand that, above all else, my family LOVES to play practical jokes, especially my dad.… Continue reading Family, Nail Polish, and Total Humiliation
So the internet is an amazing creation. Information on every topic at your fingertips, tutorials and instructions for everything from clipping a dog’s nails to laying a brick patio and beyond. (Hey, Legs and I replaced a washing machine’s motor based on a video tutorial specific to our make and model. Go us!!) And you… Continue reading Drowning in Bliss
You may have already seen this, but I just stumbled across this article and had to post it. This is one of the few things I don’t like about America–we don’t do tea cosies!! I would love to see and/or participate in a tea cosy competition, but I’ve never heard of one here. The winning cosy is fantastic!
$400 Tea Cosy wins Top Prize.