I hate when we lose that hour in the spring...it really throws me off because I keep saying when I get up...."it's really 5 AM"....and then I psych myself into thinking I am tired all day.
The brain.....it likes to mess with you huh????
Don't get me wrong...love the extra daylight in the evenings.....
Everything is blooming around here....
These were in my neighbors yard.
No one lives there so I think it was OK....right?
I mean someone needs to enjoy.
I think I am going to paint the console under this table skirt. It has a black marble top. Yup.....just now deciding this as I write.
More on that later.
Remember the room with the reclaimed fireplace???
Well....here is the plan for the Mitchell Gold sofa and chairs....
Uh Oh...there I go with blue again.....I need to get out of the loop.....there are a gazillion other colors...WHY?????
Do I need an intervention? I have tried to show other colors....even emerald green and no one bites.
I am doomed to be a "one color" designer.
To answer a few questions from the last post. How did the chalk paint workout with those furniture pieces? Well lets put it this way.....I did not sand or do any prep...just started painting. It did take very bit of 2 coats...3 in some places. I did put the clear wax on it.
I will let you know when we go back in May as to how it holds up.
The round navy lamp came from Marshall's. It was a Ralph Lauren.
Think that was it.
One more thing.....Friday a week ago my sister went in for a check up. She had been having some shortness of breath. They admitted her that day and she had to have OPEN HEART surgery last Monday! Yes...tripple bypass. She is 58.
AYFKM????? He said that she had a 30% chance of having a heart attack within a month.
All is well...she is home sporting a 5 inch scar. Back to her feisty self....
I am just saying that one day you can be doing something as mundane as picking lint out of your belly button and the next day having open heart surgery.
My Dad died of a heart attack.....and numerous other relatives. Now we all have to go get tested.
Great....me with my fear of all things associated with doctors, needles, blood.....hospitals.
Just what I needed.