Thursday, March 6, 2008

spring is in the air!

The weather has been soo nice~
We have been busy pulling items out of the barn

to fix, paint and get to the shop.

All of the whites are so cheerful!

The coach (husband) and I have been working together
for the last 3 days...
he is really starting to take an interest in this business;
it has been different doing it together.

But, hey, what's his is mine and what's mine is his, right?

That means the air compressor, too?

Overall, I've been pleased with our progress,

now I have to part with that church pew-

it's soo much prettier now,

it's tempting to keep it,

but where, oh where, would I put it?

The Coach and I are off to Portland

for our anniversary celebration...

it's been 28 years and we still like to work together!


Mrs. MK said...

Happy Trip!

Katie said...

I really like that pew! I wonder if it would fit in my dorm room... :P

Auntie Joy said...

I'm so glad you came by the sale today. It was fun to meet you and it was fun that Lisa was there at the same time!! I hope what you got works. If not let me know!
I of course had to read your previous posts and I just wanted to tell you how very sorry I am that you lost your sweet grandaughter. That has to be the most heartbreaking thing ever.
Hugs to you and your daughter.

A Thing for Roses said...

It was so nice to finally meet you at Joy's sale today. I owe you an apology. The last post I read was the Pink Roses post and I didn't know you had done a couple more recent. I'm so sorry to hear about your sweet grandbaby. My daughter is Ellie too. Your buffets are all gorgeous and I love that they are all so different. I can't decide which one I like best. And your painting projects are fabulous. You are lucky to have such a helpful hubby. The pew is too, too cute. Wish we could have spent more time chatting, but I hope you enjoyed your day of shopping and your visit to Monticello on Friday. I would love to see all the treasures you found. Maybe on your next post? Take care!


Stephanie said...

Hello there, I fund your blog from Joy & Lisa's. Isnt it fun to put a real person with their blog?
Those two are nice friends , I always enjoy seeing them that at their sales !
I love your buffets, too.
So sorry to hear about your grand daughter.Its never easy , no matter what age . I had my first born at 24 weeks, it was very scary.
I hope you and your daughter will be ok.

fairmaiden said...

Have a wonderful anniversary. I love all the whites too, from your barn.