This weekend, when I was meant to be sewing curtains, I decided to iron old aprons instead. My mother-in-law was a tiny human, so the aprons I have that belonged to her are little and cute! The embroidery on this apron is so cheery!
Little Blue (the iron - I just named her) is sweating with all the effort!
A pocket for a handkerchief!
I like the rick rack on this vintage-print smock apron.
Someone was a fine seamstress, don't you think? I find old linens so life-giving. I find ironing the most satisfying chore. No wonder I idolize Mrs. Tiggy Winkle.
Now for the classroom . . .
Look at all the tissues the new students contributed to the class! I foresee lots of nose blowing!
Do you like the tree and the homespun background?
I admit the "theme" got a little crazy. The forest. Cabin. Cozy. Oh well. It all came together.
And then we have mountains!
A chair for Granny!
Here are the owl curtains. Can you spot the toadstool?
School is perking along just fine. The kids are VERY sweet! Finally, my classroom is fairly cool, too. I was so hot for the first few days.
It's way too busy and that's always my complaint. I miss being home. I do go very slow at home and I can't go slow at school. I know heaps of grace will help me to adjust.
My mom sent me another bird feeder and you should see all the winged friends flying around in our garden. Don't you love your birds?
Thank you for dropping in to say hello!