Friday, August 27, 2010


It's Friday. And my post is one full of a variety of things...

Liriope should never have abided taking on the name of monkey grass. While it might be somewhat bossy and overbearing at times, it does give spiky purple bubble blooms every August to snip and bring inside; I like to add pink zinnias and set them on the kitchen table.

 To my way of thinking lately, everyone should take their daughters along when they go shopping. Both girls insisted that this dress was beautiful. "Please Mama, buy it, you look soooo good in it!" With their insistence and the tempting sale price, I brought it home and wore it out on a date last night with my husband. His first remark, "You are wearing something very young looking." To which I replied," Of course I am, the girls helped me pick it out. Hopefully, people will not think you are out with your daughter." After we recovered from our laughing fit, we headed out the door. Other than the 60% off sale price, I believe the colors in the fabric of this dress are what pushed me over the edge. However, I am happy to report the first thing the lady at the restaurant said to me was, " I like your dress."

A new door was hung between my kitchen and dining room. This was an acquisition I have been desiring for quite some time. Now it is waiting for several coats of paint...Wonder who will  be the designated one to do that?

 Charlotte had a favorite friend spend the night and two pink duckies joined them in the bathtub. The more the merrier certainly rang true in this case.

These are only a sprinkling of the things which make me thankful to embrace family and home on this Friday.


wayside wanderer said...

I grew up with monkey grass lining the walkway up to our house and our flower bed. My dad really liked it and it was everywhere! Very pretty dress fabric. Your in house fashion consulting is winner.

Hill upon Hill said...

LIfe is good!

crochet lady said...

That plant it interesting, it looks like tiny little grapes growing along the stem.

I like that pattern on your dress and it looks fun and young!

The dB family said...

I have never seen monkey grass before. How pretty! The fabric of your dress is lovely too! And pink duckies? They would be a hit anywhere! What colour will someone be painting the French door?


Cathy said...

The French door will be painted a creamy white to match the woodwork. My husband has began applying the coats of paint...thank you, honey.

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