I have been wanting a school masters desk for a long while. I really have no place to put one, but that didn't stop me. I found one at the Spring Festival in Clinton, but Curtis died, and other things happened, so I wasn't able to get it home. Barbie and Clay Good have a booth inside Corner Antiques and they have the most wonderful primitives. Anyway, they held it for me and Clay brought it to me on Friday. Deb came up Friday evening and we moved furniture all over the house trying to find a place for it. Finally we found, what to us was the perfect place. Before I show you where it ended up, I want to show you the desk itself. It is not really a school masters desk, but works for me. It came from an old general store, in Indiana. (not even a southern piece). It is an early 1800's and the dove tailing is what sold me.(Along with the tin mouse hole repair).lol
Here is where it ended up. I want to keep my lap top in it.
I will leave you with the rest of the Church/House we were so privileged to tour.
This afternoon Deb and I had a long float in the pool. Those days will soon be over, so we have to grab them when we can. Earlier, my friend Shirley and I went to the hospital to see a friend and to Cracker Barrel for lunch. Had my favorite. Pinto beans, chow chow, and macaroni and cheese. Yummy.
I am so glad you came Through My Back Door where life is good. Now tell me, "what color is your house"
PS: Remember my buddy Josh? His Dad is critically ill. Would you say a prayer for him?
PSS:I have told you how Mollie loves Shirley "Trample"(Temple) Here she is wanting to look like her.
PSSS: I cannot post today without wishing my Andrew, a happy 7th birthday. When he was born 7 years ago, I knew he was going to be special, but just didn't know how special. He has helped his "Mamaw Betty," get through some tough times. I love you Andrew and wish you a happy birthday.