DH and I bought a painting last weekend. This is quite a departure from our usual purchases which usually feature a pig, a tractor or is just a rusted out sign with bullet holes. Our dining table is 9 feet long, the painting is 10×6. The carved oblong bowl centerpiece once belonged to Ann Richards, yes that Ann Richards. Her items were for sale at the same estate sale where we bought the painting.
DIRT! I can’t wait to plant, even if it is a wee bit late.
Oh, there’s a pig…see?
Look at the beautiful shed DH built. The metal shed next to it is going to a friend’s house and then DH will be building a studio there.
Hopefully these peaches will be more than mere bird food this year…. damn bores.
Remember last years plums?
Last night after work I drove out to Paige for the first Stitch In at Yarnorama. The shop is filling up and coming together. I think it’s just so cool that the need to wait until EVERYTHING was in its place to open the doors. It’s far more exciting to see something grow and flourish . . . kinda like everything else in Spring.
Heading to Round Top this year? Stop by the shop on your way from Houston.