What a pretty apron too.
Michelle offered this great prize in her
Hidden Objects Game over
on her blog (link here)
Here is an example of one of the rooms.
As I was pulling into the drive my husband told me the package arrived
so I ran inside and tore open the envelope and there it was,
even cuter than I'd imagined. I tried it on immediately
but had to snap the photo myself as the husband was working outside.
I had just lost my BFF (best feathered friend), Bird, my special needs chicken,
and I have been so very sad so this was really nice.
Especially since it has chickens on it.
My husband has had some time on his hands
so he asked for a list of things I needed done.
YES- he ASKED for the list!!!
We had started to refinish my grandmother's old
china cabinet so I could display nicknacks. The
shelves were missing the posts that hold them up,
there were water stains, scratches, etc.
He used Briwax, which is a tinted wax rather than a stain.
Now I need to transfer everything over.
He pulled out the old rotisserie for a pork butt we had
in the freezer. He slowly cooked it for around nine hours
and glazed it with raspberry chipolte sauce until it
was tender, sweet and spicy.
The damaging storms that hit last week started
somewhere around here. The temperatures had soared to around 80, which
is really a bad sign at this time of year. They were just starting
to break up but we were still experiencing strong winds
estimated to be 60-70 mph gusts.
We had the windows open but I never dreamed the
gusts would be enough to blow my planter out of the window!
Poor Mary and Baby Jesus!
I still have the pieces but I think it's too far gone.
I fortunately rescued the other two pieces before they
were blown to the floor.
I haven't had much to say lately.
Just beginning to feel better after Bird's passing.
I've got pumpkins to bake, quilting to finish and
final Christmas purchases to make so I better get moving!