I did end up working my lunch lady job on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. I have to say that I'm so glad I don't have to do that every day. It's fun to see my friends and to make a little money too, but I am always just exhausted after and can't seem to get much done for the rest of the day. On Tuesday morning, my sweet neighbor took me to her Dad's former house. He recently passed away and had some furniture that no one wanted that was just going to be donated. So, my neighbor asked if I wanted any of it. Here is what I got:
Cute vintage chair with velvet seat
I'm going to sand, paint and keep this little (really big) garden cutie. I might even try to make an umbrella to go with it if I get really motivated. This will go either on my deck or somewhere in the yard. Add some sweet floral cushions and we're ready for a party. I also found this at the same place:
Love the chippy, peely paint.
I did manage to do a little makeover project last weekend that I forgot to show you.
Before-ugly stool purchased at Goodwill.
After-Lovely stool with gorgeous barkcloth cover, perfect for any shabby chic home.
Gotta love that staple gun. Well, I better mosey. I need to walk this morning and then I'm headed over to Isabel's to help her load her stuff for Expo. I have to admit I'm a little bummed that I'm not doing the show too. I know with Joy and Cindy there, they are going to have a lot of fun.
Before I forget, Cheryl at Periwinkle Vintage tagged me to tell some things about myself. I have been tagged to do this before, but am always willing to play again. I'll have to think of some good ones for my next post.
I am getting closer and closer to my 100th post, so as I said before I want to do a fun giveaway. I have decided that the theme will be "Hooray for Spring!" More on this coming soon. I will be back later this weekend with pictures of my finds at Expo. Have a great Thursday!