See I am meandering.LOL
Friday afternoon, even though it was raining Deb, Amanda, Mollie, and I went out for lunch and to visit the shops in Clinton.
Well after we ate we went on into Clinton and hit all the shops. We first stopped at Corner Antiques and they are full of some wonderful things. We always park there, so we hit them first. Then onto the Hen. We got a couple of things and left them until we were going back to the car. After we had visited several shops, we headed back to the Hen. While Deb and Amanda were looking at something I looked and this is what Mollie was doing.
Saturday all my kids came home and we had a working. There were lots of little jobs that needed done, so I cooked and they worked. Curt and Lindsey were in town too.
Do any of you just love the look of patina on old wood? I don't use a lot of scarves or textiles in my decorating. I just like the look of the wood. I sometimes get decorating suggestions that I need to use more textiles. Am I alone in this? I have several Family Weavers textiles I could use, but I like wood. As I said several people have made suggestions. I don't care for dolls either. Just my slave doll Pam and Frank made.
Well. I am meandering again, but don't you get a lot of ideas from other decorators? I sure do. One of my favorite things to do is get on FB decorating pages and see ideas. We all do things differently,even though many of us do basically the same, and it is interesting. Some of those pages are so inspirational.
I will show you the before and after pictures of Sandi's highboy, she bought in Clinton.
I have talked about it before on here, but I don't do vignettes very well. Sandi is gifted at it. It is something I am going to work on in 2013. I may become the Queen of Vignettes. Or
Right now this is one of my very favorites.
PS: I promise the next post will be much better!
PSS:Please continue prayers for Tamra
PSSS: If your meandering today and your thoughts meander to someone you haven't seen in a while. Give them a call. That would be better then facebooking. Sometime someone just needs to hear your voice.