What A Difference A Day Makes

Sunday, June 14, 2009

A great day off! Woke at 5:00, bathed and off to the flea market. No blind blowing remarkable buys but did manage to purchase produce for the week and found two new shades of nail color at a good price. I also found a few items for my daughter and hubby found a couple of pictures for the home.

Then it was back home to prepare lunch and then I went off to the sewing room to tackle the magazine rack project I have been working on. I finished it and it looks fantastic. Stark white with dark green ivy stenciled on it. I also painted two bird houses to match it and now have them setting on the corner shelf in the master bath.

I also managed to complete the eight cushions for the patio furniture that I have been putting off for months. Green with white shasta daisy buttons. Now if I can just keep the new kittens off them!

Hubby and I then took off on the 45 minute drive out of town to visit the small market where we like to get our groceries, and then it was back to the house where I curled up in bed with a new book and ended up napping while hubby took off to go fishing. A great day! Ready to start the new week!
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    Nice to have a good, productive day isn't it? Especially when the projects are the procrastination variety...

    Now, if the rest of the week goes that well, than it's all good!
    4317 days ago
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    Hey, thanx for the grand idea! Mum needs a new mag rack, she threw out the old one months ago. Twas too decrepit to keep. I need to make one. Well, I don't want to build it. But I can paint it, stenciling, tole painting, sponging, whatever I decide. She loves frogs, hehe.
    Your pieces sound really pretty. I hope you had lots of fun doing them.
    4318 days ago
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