Moving into Frippery's space at Ohio Valley Antique Mall .
Painting doors from the ReStore for my backdrop.
Pricing, setting up a mock up space in the garage to make for a smooth move.
Plus, New Richmond Ohio's Art and Antique show is Sunday.
Separate mock up space in my entry for that one.
Busy enough that I am skipping Bunco next week!
Dining table covered in soldering supplies, family room table covered in paint and polymer clay.
Studio room being moved upstairs for college boy's imminent return to the nest.
I need my house back!
In the midst of this I couldn't resist playing with my newly received order of Annie Sloan's Chalk Paint.
Painted my mom's "seen better days" hope chest.
Perfect now as a sofa table in Provence and Duck Egg.
I needed a break, some laughs. They came by way of my dear friend's email (No names to protect the innocent, har har)
I want to preface this by saying my gorgeous friend is no where near the description she gives in the email. Slightly chubby, beautiful and hilarious. A perfect package.
So here it is...
|I work on the second floor of a mostly medical building and on the way into work this morning, I was running my usual couple minutes late, so I was trotting up the stairs and not walking up them, I was also carrying my purse and a attache type bag over my shoulder as I rounded the corner on the landing of the stairs, there was a thin lady, my age, in gym shoes and tennis shorts and a tee shirt going down the steps and she mentioned how hard it was to run steps and looked at my obese body and said "good for you" and that is how my day started. I realize that I should have used my immense whale like body to crush her, but I was caught so off guard by her comment.|
Ha ha hee hee.
Well, hopefully you thought so too.
"A sense of humor...is needed armor. Joy in one's heart and some laughter on one's lips is a sign that the person down deep has a pretty good grasp of life."
Yours in shared laughter, P.