Monday, November 23, 2009

my thankful heart...

This morning I am thankful for ...sleep.
You know, the all-night, sleep like a log kind.
The kind that when you wake up you are ready to tackle the day ahead.
I needed that kind of sleep.
My posts have been kinda one dimensional lately.
That's because I really didn't think you wanted to read
about my intensive cleaning
of the insect-infested pantry
(note to self-don't ignore those little moths)
or the never-ending attempt
to get everything under cover
(and maintain some bit of an organized plan)
before it snows.
That's what I've been up to around here...
So we begin this week of concentrated giving of * THANKS*
and my favorite holiday...

10 comments:

Rebecca said...

Eee Gads...Been there!

I bought a decorative loaf of bread once at a Craft Show in Dallas in the early 80's. I just loved it. About 6 months later I started noticing these little bugs everywhere. Before I knew it they had infested everything. One day I turned the loaf over and nearly FAINTED.

TRASHED. BAGGED. FUMIGATED.

Still took forever to rid ourselves of the pests.

oxReb

vintage girl at heart said...

It seems to get so much more overwhelming as we get a wee bit older :)!
I need to be cleaning right now but would so rather peek into blogland!!
I hope you have many restful nights and a wonderful weekend with your dear ones!!!
Happy Thanksgiving
Your photos are beautiful!!

jAne said...

Sleep. I'm ready for a nap. May just do that since I've got a cold virus. yech.

Beautiful images, Rene'. Thank you for shring your heart.

jAne * tickleberry farm

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Rest so you can enjoy the thankgiving arriving soon...

Zuzu said...

I have to run around and clean before Thanksgiving too - then everything is fresh and pretty for the Holidays. :) Love the photos you shared today!

Zuzu

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Have a Happy Thanksgiving with your loved ones!!
Hugs~Kelly

June said...

Hi Rene,
I have been enjoying the photos of your beautiful bedroom and your spaces in the Shabby House. I just love the way you can make everything look like a dream.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family this week. I know that you are probably as excited as I am to celebrate the day.
Hugs,
June

Magnolia Street Style said...

Sleep can be a wonderful thing. I'm glad that you enjoyed yours. I've had those little moths in my pantry also and more than once. I keep my popcorn and rice in the refrigerator now and I think that helps. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Sandi said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVING to you and your family Rene!
Blessings~

Cindy said...

Yes. Sleeeeeeep. sweet sleep.
I've been putting off much of my household organizational stuff lately, but with winter setting in pretty quickly, I've got my work cut out for me!