FACT: I cleaned and organized under the kitchen sink. If this doesn't look clean and organized to you... you should have seen it before!
FACT: Thanks to one of my new Glencoe friends (who happens to be named Britta), I was able to hit a few garage sales today KID FREE and find some goodies for Camp Honeybelle. A sweet mid-century bread box, a retro owl coin bank and a boho Daher tin. About Daher tins - I just love them. I have to stop myself from scooping up every one I see. When I approached the garage of this particular sale, the proprietor told me that everything was 50% off. The darling little tin was FIFTEEN CENTS before the discount. I told him that I would like to pay full price. *giggle*
FACT: June is growing like a weed. She is already in size 2 dipes and weighs over 13lbs. We've got our routine pretty much down; out for the night around 8:00p,, up around 1am for some tasty milk, back to sleep till 5:30am and then we both get up for the day. Actually, I get up for the day. She gets up to eat, poop, and fall back asleep. Seriously, she poops every morning at the same time. The rest of the day is a crap shoot (literally), but I can count on that 5:30am smelly treat. Anyone else find that humorous? Yeah. I doubted it.
|My friends elderly grandma is still sewing her little heart out. She recycled some vintage fabric into a blanket for June. Deer and owls!? So totally woodland retro kitsch. Right? Right.|
FACT: We have tomatoes coming out of our ears. In the spring Tom started dozens and dozens of tomato plants from seed. I'll admit I thought he was crazy and that none of them would survive. But MAN OH MAN was I wrong! There are probably 15-20 tomato plants out there that are gigantor and full of juicy tomato goodness. I eat a tomato at every meal. I've been testing spaghetti sauce recipes to find one to make a giant batch of canned sauce with.
|AGAIN with the sideways pic! ARGHHHHH ! I give up.|