The rug I'm working on is a snowman pattern I designed that I'm calling simply "CHILL". It's a reminder to do just that when things are getting rather hectic. The photo above is a little sneak peek.
Last week a knock on the door sent the dogs barking and racing to see who the visitor was. My husband's boss stood with a dozen long stem roses for me. Ah yes, the Rotary Club sells roses each year to people in the work place to raise funds for local projects. The beautiful blooms look fabulous but aren't known for their deep rose scent that one expects from roses. I found my best heavy crystal vase and arranged them nicely.
The small remodeling project I mentioned above is part of another idea that may transpire here sooner or later. The project are these windows located between my studio and the breezeway entry to our home. My studio is an add on to the back of our house which was an enclosed porch when we bought the house. A while ago we remodeled the studio making it a four season room instead of the summer porch that it once was. The windows are on a wall separating the studio and breezeway.
My idea was to remake the windows into shelving for wool. The windows are now removed and framed for some shelving. Hubby and his friend Dann are doing this in their "spare" time. LOL. So when they make a little more progress I'll post some photos. I'll leave you with the following photos of what it looks like now.
Remember to stop and smell the roses regardless of whether they smell like roses!