This month has flown by!
I have been meaning to blog every week but just haven't gotten to it.
Good news...I'm finally feeling better. More energy and my voice seems back to normal. Now if I can just keep healthy.
Mother's Day was sweet this year. Church with the family, dinner with Mom and a surprise from the Grands!
These adorable silhouettes for their Mom and myself! LOVE!
They also brought flowers for me and BB(my Mom). It was a lovely day.
Then I got so busy working on a rummage sale by the UMW(United Methodist Women) at my church. A week long set up and pricing, then sale on Fri/Sat and this old lady was tired!
This was early in the week, we had lots and lots more come in to sell.
One of our church members donated over 100 Santa's she had collected for 40 years. We sold many and are trying to sell the rest online. I bought one for myself...
I love his kind face.
and a cowboy Santa for Tiger
He will get it at Christmas!
I donated lots of my vintage things and many of them sold. It was a good way for me to downsize and contribute to missions.
I was very good and as I was 'unpacking' I only brought back home two things I thought I would sell. A cat box and a pink ceramic ring box. So for me, that is really good!
Of course a week of looking at 'stuff' for sale and you know I brought home some things. All of us who worked the sale bought things...of course we did!
Here is my haul!
A wine rack and a corkscrew!
I'm not as strong as I once was so the electric corkscrew is pretty awesome!
Books of course! I also bought 7 books in a series for my Mom.
Bright Pink Bucket for $1!!!
This is for a fairy garden if I ever decide to make one, only .25
This adorable little jewelry box for Scout. I'll keep it here for her to play with. I just got her a wooden box but at 2 she isn't quite ready for this more 'delicate' box.
This little girl stuffy just said
"take me to Scout" so I did!
All in all a pretty good sale. I found a few things I could use and sold a lot and we made money for missions! Most of us who did all the hard work were over 65 and we all said this was our last rummage sale. If there is another one, some of the young people will have to organize it. Our aches and pains made us laugh but we did realize it was time to pass on this event to younger bodies!
We have had lots and lots of rain but I have done a bit of yard work!
I put this photo on social media asking if anyone else saw a face in the stump! The answers were so funny.
Do you see a face?
I showed you the tomato plant in my last post
All the rain and sun and a few weeks later it looks like this!
Now if we can just get some tomatoes!
Flowers, my funky fountain and more flowers! I'm enjoying the yard this year!
Because of how busy I've been there hasn't been much watercolor painting this month. I tried to do one for my Mom on Mother's Day but I didn't like how it turned out so I'm still working on it! I got nervous trying to make something for someone instead of just 'painting for fun'.
Tomorrow is June 1st and that means
Yes I said month!
I know you can't wait to see what fun I have in June!
Wishing you JOY,