Sunday, November 1, 2009

November...finally


I am so thankful that halloween is over...I was so tired of all the hype and all the scary images on so many blogs....lol I am not a fan of anything scary. I guess I think life is scary enough without add to it.
The last three days I have been working on painting my living room...I tested 4 different shades of yellow...bought the paint...trimmed..painted..waited two days...I hated it. I have 5 large windows in that room and well let's just say it was glowing...
So yesterday...I again bought 2 gallons of paint and started again. It has been a lot of work...and very frustrating...but I did get the walls done and trimmed until I ran out of paint. I need about a quart and then I can finish.
We got some different furniture so the living room furniture went to the computer room...the new furniture went to the living room and the computer room furniture went to out home school/living room. That was three sets of sofas, love seats and chairs. Good thing my dh is used to me moving things around.lol
I have been busy trying to get things organized around here and helping my parents get to their doctor appointments before they leave for Florida.
I will post some pictures of some stitching I have completed and some I have started and of the new room arrangements. Until then, be blessed.

5 comments:

Storybook Woods said...

I agree, I always feel that way on November 1st xoxoxo Clarice

Busym1 said...

I cannot believe it is November! Our October flew by, kids sick the whole month! I look forward to seeing your stitching. Hugs, michelle

Donetta said...

Oh I hope this color bring you the perfect joy your looking for. I look forward to seeing your work.

BittersweetPunkin said...

Hi Dianntha...awww..I have some catching up to do here. I am going to make your buckeyes here soon within the next few days. :)

The girls looked LOVELY in their prom dresses...I LOL at the tags not being taken off until the date showed up so funny!

I can honestly say...I am bartering/trading for a lot of my Christmas gifts. We seem to cut it close every year...I have a LOT of family on the East Coast..we've cut back a bit. There were a few years when my husband was unemployed and Christmas used to terrify us...God always provided and we got by. Nothing is certain..all we can do is our best and leave it in God's hands. I lost many a night's sleep worrying about things I couldn't control. Don't sweat it....

BIG BIG Hugs for you,
~Robin

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