I thought I'd share a little with you on what I've done this past month before Aunt Judy became sick.
We worked on the drop ceiling adding moulding but those photos will come later since I haven't had time to take any. But I did add some fencing to the cornice dividing our bedroom and office along with beefing up the cornice up above our bed.
I love the fencing!
I really love how this piece added some "oomph" to the cornice. You can see the before and after in these two photos.
Then I had an old door stored away that really was wanting to be used somehow...so I used it as the door to our electric panel. Love it!
Now on to our porch in the front. I've kept the cushions I made last year off since our cat loves to lounge on them all. He's an outside cat so he gets everything a little dirty. But don't worry, he has his very own cushion and so does our dog Gabe. They have to be comfortable too!
I did paint the "welcome to our porch" sign above the swing so it would stand out a little better. It's all about the welcome feeling when you visit our home!
See the beautiful HUGE flower basket my Hannah bought for me on Mother's day? Now that's definitely a welcome to me when I come home!
I just can't get enough pink! Mom bought me these begonias and I thought they looked cute in my watering can...
Our snowball bush done great this year but definitely not long enough with the blooms. Last year they lasted a lot longer. I think it was the cooler temps we had that did them in this year.
I am patiently waiting for my "endless summer" hydrangeas to bloom. They smell so good! They are loaded so I cannot wait!
I have a total of 4 peony bushes. Two have already bloomed which was a huge let down....just 4 flowers. But these other two are loaded, I counted 40 blooms! My house is going to smell so good!
Isn't this gorgeous?
The ants have really been working overtime!
I think it's the only time I ever get excited to see ants!
I love when all of the flowers start to bloom....God's creations great and small!
Well, that's it for now. Please keep my Aunt Judy in your prayers. Things really haven't moved forward but thankfully not backwards either.