Oh what a wonderful smell. Love the photo, found on I am New Mexico
Thank you Goo*gle. I looked up things to do with old
tires. The herb garden is getting a new look this year!
Planning already for the county fair. Oh how I do
love the county fair.
Found on Pint*erest. I am planning something using the
rounds from the wood Bill cuts. While looking for ideas I
found this. Bill this is for you!
Okay-yet another idea. I actually might recreate this
as is. I collect the oddities of chairs and have two that
this would work on. I can't wait!
An oldie of the goof troop. So far they have increased
because of their loves and wee ones to 9. Yep. Double
plus 1. Crazy wonderful!
Oh how I love this idea. I am thinking that this
is such a great idea compared to the shoe shelf.
Maybe not because the shoe shelf allowed for
many pair of shoes crammed to the hilt when doing
a mad dash emergency clean when someone was
stopping by!! I think it is perfect for me and my simple
shoe collection of keds!
A not before photo but a semi middle photo of the new project.
Oh and yep, check out my view...well in the window reflection!
And a closing of my world today is something that at times
feels like yesterday
Wow. 38 years ago. I remember the snow, no electricity
for months, living at the neighbors home with 20 people, no school,
then school in a church basement all the way through summer and to
the start of the following year. I remember my brother having
an outpatient surgery done by my step-dad. I remember being
so cold. I remember getting sent home early from school and the bus
getting stuck and then pulled out by a man on a tractor.
I also remember ice skating on the roads, tons of hot chocolate,
chili, and forts like never before and none since. I remember
sledding and thinking so this is what kids in the mountains must feel
as before sledding involved someone pulling you, or a small hill of 5 feet
It must have been so scary for my mom with all of us kids and
the worries of running low on stuff. But as a kid, I just remember
we kept our socks dry by putting bread bags over our socks and tucked
into our pants. Oh how time flies. 38 years ago. Wow.