This week has been interesting, weather wise. Cold and wintery, cloudy, and then yesterday was balmy with thunderstorms! Today, we're back to cold and gloomy! I haven't had a good day to capture any photos to share - and I have a lot to share! Like, changes in my living room, more spring and Easter decor, a "Hippity Hoppity" bunny banner for you to print, and more! It looks like it's going to be a sunny day on Sunday - so I'll be taking lots of pics to share with you next week!
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Friday was the first day of Spring! Here - we had snow! Thankfully, it didn't last long!
Over the weekend, I worked on a Spring-themed chalkboard for my old door message center! First, I created the design on my computer using a springtime saying I saw on Pinterest.
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You know how ready for spring we all are! It's been a long a brutal winter! It's a gorgeous sunny day here, so I decided to snap a few pics of some spring going on in my house. As I sit here at my computer typing this, I'm listening to the radio and heard the weather forecast that we are going to get 3 - 4 inches of snow tomorrow - agh! Really - on the first day of Spring! Well, one thing that we do know for sure -
"No winter lasts forever . . .
No spring skips it's turn"
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I have a confession - I love to shop! For me, it used to be a clothing thing (and still is to some degree), but since beginning this blog, I'd say I now mostly shop for things home related. And, like most women, I have my favorite places to shop! At one of my go-to shops they don't have cash registers and only deal in cash. If you don't have cash, the nice shop owner will just write sold on the item you wish to buy and wait for you to come back another day to claim it. There are handmade treasures to be found there - treasures made without a Kreg jig or Ryobi drill - no electricity or modern tools at this shop. Over the years, I've found some wonderful things at this shop. The barn door I turned into a sign above my sofa, the old door I used to make into a message center, the dresser turned into a cottage style buffet in my dining room and many more! Last week I stopped by to see what the inventory was like. And, look what I found.
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