I'm not great at keeping a schedule when there is no schedule to keep.
But now that school is back in...
|the dreaded "back to school photo"|
I did do a couple little projects this past month. I painted some buckets...
I went to the beach for a long weekend...just Moms and kids this trip. Dad's had this crazy schedule conflict they called "jobs" or something. Obviously, I don't let a thing like my "job" deter me from real life things like beach trips ;) I SHOULD wait for the "real" pictures of the beach trip. My friend, Bev, who shared our beach trip with us, is an amazing photographer and will have waayyyyy better pics than these.
|these pictures are really nice...I forget I have a daughter who is also a photographer|
|I do NOT recommend the "grass" smoothie on the left|
Eventually we had to return home from the beach. I always want to figure out a way to live at the beach (full time) while I'm there. But alas, my kids would all be illiterate if it was up to me to homeschool them. And they are all way to smart for me to ruin them in that way.
I do have a little creativity going for me, though, if not punctuality and dependability. And after several days of lounging around, I needed a project. Lucky for me there was one waiting in my sewing room. My friend, Thea, had asked me to make her a slipcover from some vintage tablecloths for one of her recent flea market finds...a really modern large rectangular ottoman.
|My friend, Thea, is not modern|
|or rectangular either :)|