Wednesday, April 30, 2008

April 30, 2008

Bunco, another word for good food and some fun. Bunco at Karen's tonight. The food was excellent, or shall I say "phenomenal". To quote one of our dear Bunco buddies. As usual, I didn't win the money, but did walk with the "boobie" prize. A cute little easter towel. Now, next month at my house. Let's see if I can top April. Well, my house won't be as clean as Karen's and I won't have nearly as much food, but we will have a good time. I am trying to be nice, but it is hard as there is a certain someone who usually puts a damper on things. She shall remain nameless. Did you know that there is a World Bunco Association? Check this out NO KIDDING!

On another note, one more day till "ROAD TRIP"! Can't wait to get away for a day. Go wherever the mood strikes. Hopefully find some treasures, maybe a new plant for the garden.
I am always on the lookout for some new fabric to add to my collection. Maybe a piece of "junk" or two to wait until I have a creative idea for. You just never know what we might find.

I would love to find some of these blue dianthus. These would look really great with some yellow marigolds in my flower bed around my lamp post.

Friday, April 25, 2008

April 25, 2008

Well, darn it all anyway. I had a nice long post ready, then nothing. I don't even know what happened. What a day, think I will just go to bed now.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

April 24, 2008

Did somebody say "road trip"? Woohoo!!! Next Friday, we are going on a little day trip. Patty's birthday and our day off. Going to Hanson, Kentucky...Maple Leaf Lane Gift Shop, then perhaps on to Hosta Haven.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Wednesday April 23, 2008

Cruisin' the neighborhood in my min-van, momma as my co-pilot, we are looking at other peoples trash. It is truly amazing what other people throw out. Picked up a couple of chairs and an expandable gate for the puppers. Still looking for an old sink and a claw foot bathtub. Hopefully better luck next time. I still want to find an old toilet to put in my sister's yard and fill it full of flowers. Oh how she would kill me.