I cleaned and tidied yesterday and because I moved a little red desk from the Pom Pom room up to the kitchen, I'm SO sore.
While we were sitting around the table eating hotdogs and hamburgers, Kelli said, "It's either feast or famine around this house when it comes to napkins." True! Why IS that? Silly.
Pools and balls and girls! By the time the granddaughters are here, I'm too flighty to grab the camera.
Guess who likes the Wendy House best? Yes. Me.
Brace yourself for a messy sight: I've got a little work to do in my creative space.
Catherine at Angel in the Garden showed some photos of her sweatshirt repurposing. Her creation was romantic and lovely, like she is! Even though my plans worked out okay, the end product is well . . . weird. Jeff said, "It's very grandmotherly. That's a good owl!" I'll wear this in the privacy of my own home. I can't just show you the good stuff. There isn't enough of it!
Oh, did you want to see our Jenny and her baby bump? Yes, there she is! LOVE!
You can tell that the earth around the lilies is VERY dry. We need a little rain. Can you spot the toadstool here?
Kelli has been "cat sitting" for this lovely boy. His name is Cypress. Look at his smart face! I love his stripes.
I think instead of a workout, I need a walk today. Yesterday when I was taking frequent "sit downs" while sweeping, mopping, moving things from one house level to the next, I thought, "Tomorrow, I am going to rest. I am going to sit around." It still sounds like a good idea. Even though I'm going to sit around, I wanted to tell you about a cool website called MindShift. This post shares how to prevent summer brain drain (it applies to grown ups, too!) Another link also has some creative ideas for playing and learning. I found the suggestions inspiring. It's good to get out, get around.
I've been enjoying all the interesting blog posts I've read over the last few weeks. You're smart!
More later . . . bye bye!