Eeek! My first vintage (?) baby planter! Isn't it sweet? Actually, it's not my first planter. I began a collection some years back but because someone made a negative comment about them, I gave them away. No more! Thanks to my fellow baby planter lovers, I am now comfortable and confident in my baby planter loving nature! Hurray for bloggers! I picked this sweetie up at the GW when Bobby and I went on our Valentine's Day date. I also picked this scarf up for a few pennies. I love winding scarves around my long neck!
Here also is a Red and Yellow country thingy that I'm going to re- do for my kitchen. I'll show you when I'm done.
I picked up a few more little treasures here in town over my week end. I'll have pics of those another day!
I hope you all have a good Monday! This is actually my Wed since we're off on Thursdays and Fridays. I've been getting lots done around here because the sun has been out! So energizing! I finally put up the rest of my Christmas decor. Twyla, it made me sad to pack away your pretty pink trees! And Noelle, I finally took down you cutie pie snowflakes. ☺ But the trees and the snowflakes will be there to greet me next year- hopefully in Idaho!
Micah and I have been sanding our paneling for painting and we started priming it last night. Even though I only primed for about 15 minutes, my wrists hurt so bad afterwards! (Because my wrist bones are deformed) I was so discouraged that I even threw a little pity party and Micah attended and everything! His opening greeting was, "I warned you." Boys are such a comfort. Today, I'll try priming for just *10 minutes* and see if my wrists can handle THAT! Grrrr!
One of the "blessings of the week" is that Micah has been making real headway in spelling. Such a relief for a home schooling mom! It's funny... most people tend to think that if a child who attends school outside the home is a bad speller, then they are simply a bad speller but if a home schooler is a bad speller, it's because they were home schooled! ~ Groan ~ But sometimes, I'm my own worst critic. Oh well, after 15 years of home schooling, I should be used to that!
Be good to yourselves today, girls!