Crazy as a Loom

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Is it July yet??

Organization and lining up ducks continues.

Here is my favorite purchase of the furniture I bought the other day.
This is exactly what I have been looking for.  Large,  bright, and doesn't stick out too far from the wall.

I will display some small rugs in the bottom.  And the drawers will be great for storing all kinds of things.

I am not done with it, but I think it is perfect.

Great place to display dish towels, which means I need to get cracking.

I have been ruthless, stacking up things I don't need, or want, to put on Craig's List.

After a morning of miscellaneous chores, L and I went to her barn, to put a warp on her loom.

Denim blue warp, for blue jeans.  Guess we know what her family and friends are getting for Christmas.

I am not very philosophical today.  I worked all day, then came home to take Roy for a long walk.
I am fading.
Looking forward to a nice dinner out for DH's birthday.

Sydney says:
Did you notice that I look thinner on this funky finish???


ain't for city gals said...

Sometimes it is good not to analyze...just enjoy.

TexWisGirl said...

svelt sydney! yes, i believe you do!

claudia w said...

Sydney is so darned cute!
What a great buy that hutch is. I really need to start looking for furniture like that. It makes me feel all comfy and cozy, I need that design in my home!

Anonymous said...

It's those stripes you always wear, Sydney, that add the pounds. Don't you have any other outfits you could wear?

Love the cabinet. You will get a lot of use out of it.


Rubye Jack said...

I really love your new furniture. Can you say where you found it?
Do you think someone distressed it, or that it is seriously aged?

Deb said...

That big cupboard had me at "hello". Hope you had a nice birthday dinner with DH (darling husband?) I'm not sure. Have a great weekend, Hilary.

Donna said...

I LOVE the new piece of furniture! The perfect backdrop for your gorgeous items!

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