I swept out from under Lainey's bed today.
This is what I found.
Where is her mother and why doesn't she control her hoarding habits?
Solved our candle problem (rain) with jars and sand.
Mini lanterns. Cute.
Remember about a year ago when I said we were shopping for outdoor furniture?
Well, we got it. Finally. And, it was worth the wait.
I shall sleep outside moving forward.
I wasn't even looking at this set.
Then, Home Depot posted a President's Day Sale. Couldn't pass it up. Helluva deal. It's Thomasville Eucalyptus wood and should weather well with the sun and elements.
Rain beads up and slides right off. For now.
Next step? Cable dude. We're almost there!
Painted our wicker set and moved it to the gazebo.
We now have seating for a party of 38......to fit your intimate wedding or bar mitzvah.
We have problems, people. We don't know how to do things normally.
The best part? Our whole yard smells like jasmine. It trails over from our neighbor and leaves this beautiful, fragrant cloud of bliss.
I love it.
Speaking of not normal.
Cut the shaggy dogs' hair. Including about 3-4 inches off of Lainey's.
Take a look at Jack, below.
(((((And, he's not upset about that cut on his nose. Just life in general.)))))
Oh, and he got that cut on his nose while skiing. Well, technically, he fell down at the snack bar and scraped it on the counter, but I told him to tell everyone he did it "while skiing".
It's true, kind of.
We're officially the family that spills things, by the way.
1. one shake, two times, in the back seat and the second row of my Suburban
2. at Snow Summit
3. at the hotel during breakfast
4. at Big Bear
5. again in the car
It's mostly Jack, but we all contribute. If you wait tables and see us coming, fake illness and go home.
There's my boy. I can see his eyes again!
My head hurts. Horrendous allergies + crazy, wicked diet = headache.
Off to put kids to bed at 5:45pm.