Hello all---it's officially TGIF Day!
I am soooo glad my work week is over
and that hubby is back home
which means that my major cleaning/redecorating overhaul
has somewhat come to a close!
I've decluttered and cleaned
the craft room
(my only wish now is to find a papasan chair at a good price--
craig's list...?--to go in there instead of the desk chair)
(hubby's only comment was "it looks different in here..."?!)
Understatement for sure!!!
I've also rearranged some things in our bedroom
that makes the wall space a little less cluttered
(and therefore more relaxing looking...)
and used some of the wedding photos from the collage...
while the actual ceremony was in our then-new sanctuary,
we had photos taken on the beach afterward...
Joel did an awesome job---and I can't help wanting to show them off...
I didn't take time to resize/reprint the pics-just used what I had
and yes, I am standing on the beach in high heels!
(Thanks to my stepson, Tommy, who buried a board
underneath that sand!
former Marine and that mission was right up his alley!)
Speaking of the CROP...
here's a few photos...
first up-Sharon and Mary Cobb
"I fit in here, Momma!" lol!
Well, today Theresa and I are going out together
for some girl-time
then this week-end
it's up in the attic I go
to clean/declutter/reorganize up there
so I can then sort and put away
all the stuff (including Christmas decorations!)
I stashed in our back bedroom
while doing the other rooms.
It, too, will be 15 minutes at a time.
And I WILL take some more time out for some fun...
maybe hubby will surprise me with a date of some sort?!
Until next time,
happy stamping and scrapping.
Gotta add--the redecorating/reorganizing thing...
you DON'T need a lot of $$ to do this...
Yes, I did purchase some new frames
(but that was a Christmas gift certificate choice)
and some wall art
(part of which, again, was gift certificate)
MOST OF IT...was simply
taking things completely out of the room-
stripping it down to the bare bones
and then slowly putting things back in...
maybe some things there were there originally...
some things from another room or attic...
but most of all
THINGS YOU LOVE.
Some of the things I took out...I will keep.
Others...well, if I don't absolutely love it
or think I can repurpose it in my life
then I will BLESS OTHERS with it!
Either pass it on to a thrift store--or yard sale it...
(Flylady frowns on the yard sale thing...but well...anyway!)
So don't think you have to have a huge budget to redo something.
I also shop thrift stores a lot...
one man's trash---
You don't want to bring in more clutter
(yes, I am guilty---but working on changing my ways!)
so-that's my afterthought!
Go--have some fun--
tell me what I've inspired YOU to redecorate/declutter-
or better yet, SHOW ME!