Honey found some jeans for work, and another pair for working in around the house. He spent a lot of time in the books and music area, but came away empty handed this time. We did find these things also:
A life jacket for the granddaughter.
Something fun to read, and (in time) share with the grandkids.
I was pleased and surprised to come upon this book, The Wooden Spoon Dessert Book. I have the companion book,
The Wooden Spoon Bread Book, which I have used and splattered on for years.
Yes that would be a butter spot there on the lower left of that book! I am pretty sure there is vanilla dribbles and a chocolate smudge on a page or two inside.
After we came home, Honey decided he needed to start getting things ready for fall.
This rain gutter needs replacing.
And now the roof is clean, but wait, don't tell me........
Yep there it is now, all the roof gunk is now all along the roof line on the ground. Hmmmmm, I hear the clean up going on now, glad there are leftovers, Honey is going to be hungry!
This week there is some backyard banter to share.
The raspberries are top heavy, and sprouting up everywhere! And they are.....
The strawberries are still producing, and there is enough from tonight's picking to go with ice cream. There will be berries to pick daily for a week, from the amount of green berries waiting to ripen.
I don't know about you, but I found I do not like having my measuring spoons on a leash. I took them apart and now keep them in this pretty red over-sized mug, right on the open pantry, ready for use.
Oops, looks like that one shelf needs to be rearranged, it sags in the middle!
Generally I do not like to move the furniture around. Of course this is a small house, and honestly, where would I move it? But I do love to change out the decor. The stuff Honey calls a "getintheway". I change things on a semi-regular basis, and here are a couple of changes that turned out well.
I enjoy copper, hammered copper in particular. I turned an old copper kettle (without a lid) that I got out thrifting into a planter. Then rearranged the copper pieces on top of the dining room hutch along with a photo of my folks taken right after they were married in 1951.
This is self explanatory! I had to have this CAFE sign for the kitchen.
And how was your week?
As always thanks for stopping by, I appreciate your time.