On my kitchen counter was the biggest box, all wrapped up in Christmas paper. It was on the porch, left by the mailman. To the credit of the USPS, the paper was not even ripped.
Patti at Raspberry Lane Primitives
sent these treasures to me!
I just kept unwrapping and unwrapping.
JWS kept saying,
"Why did she send you all this stuff?"
"A tavern board?"
"You got the better end of this deal!"
(Clearly he puts no value at all on my painting.)
But he was right about the better end of this deal.
Patti wanted the tavern board that I painted for this tutorial.
Always willing to barter and trade, I asked her to just do a swap with me for it.
That was quite a swap!
I love everything! Haven't found places for it all, other than some of the tarts went immediately into the tart burner.
They smell so good!
Since I have no intentions of undecorating just yet,
(other than the tree)
Everything is going to get place lovingly around the house.
The project for today (after work) is to take down all the Christmas decorations at the church.
Since we managed to tear apart some of the arrangements that I used to use for January in our zeal to make everything look nice for Christmas,
I had to make new arrangements for January.
Long story of daughter waking up late,
running to pick up Kendall at 7:00 AM,
no time to get to Pittsburgh to the wholesaler,
Well, it is just too confusing to relate it all.
I ended up at Walmart to get flowers.
Believe me, that is not my favorite place to get florals and supplies,
along with an 18 month old to help me shop for them.They are made and the good floral eye that he has, JWS said that the one looks sort of
Should we perhaps check his testosterone levels?