Monday, May 30, 2011

For today...

::The Simple Woman's...Daybook::
The Simple woman's Daybook is usually posted on Tuesdays, but since Monday is the day I really need to lay out my week I'm posting today.

~FOR TODAY~

Outside My Window...
it's sunny and warm, and no rain

I am thinking...
I had a great Sunday, painted with pals all day.

I am thankful for...
no sore feet today, with the warmer weather I can actually wear shoes that take me a few more miles.


the learning rooms...
I got reacquainted with Watercolours yesterday, it was a happy reunion


From the kitchen...
I think it will be Pioneer Womans Shrimp and Pasta


I am wearing...
house cleaning clothes

I am creating...
still working on growth charts,

I am going...
we've had a death amoungst our friends so it will be a funeral tomorrow

I am reading...
A page from a Tennessee Journal, finished Violets of March

On my mind...
where am I going to fit all my stuff, when I move my son's stuff back into his room

Around the house...
listening to the washer and dryer.

One of my favorite things...
Swans I'm linking in to Saturday Snapshot
thanks Jennifer



Class taught by Shelley Prior,design by Shelley Prior, painted by me.



A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week:
This week wraps up my upholster sessions, we're working on a "reclaimed footstool for a photo shoot in an upcoming magazine issue.  I'm sorry to say this but, I'm all for recycle, re-use stuff, but this was a yucky project, it is however turning out O.K. but just O.K. I  wouldn't want it in my living room, and I'm easy and cheap. 

3 comments:

Jenners said...

I'm sorry for the loss of your friend. That is never easy.

Nise' said...

Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend.

Jenny the Pirate said...

You are unbelievably talented, dear Irene. You PAINTED that SWAN? I can't make a stick figure look realistic. Mercy. What a gift. Also I want to try that shrimp and pasta recipe now that my mouth's all watering and everything. You're amazing, my friend.

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