Another week has past into memory ... so let me share the mundanities of our week.
On Monday I got to work, as I had traded with another dealer. We had a good sales day, which is nice, Mondays are not always busy, but they go faster when they are.
As I have mentioned before, I have been working a lot on my craft room, it seemed to have just filled up with craft stuff, and it got so I could hardly craft in there, not a good situation, of course. I have worked in there parts of every day ... above you can see that sections of the room are starting to look tidy.
Beside working on my craft room on Tuesday, I also ran out to meet up with another antique dealer who wanted to show me some of her displays. Since I am in charge of the blog for Treasures I always welcome these invitations, as it gives me fodder for another post. In this case I did one on her house and displays for my Pollyanna blog, then cut and posted it into the Treasures blog with just a few adjustments in working, it felt like cheating. I didn't know her well, but we got better acquainted and visited for almost 2 hours.
I was off on Wednesday, after the traded day, so I worked more on my craft room, lots more, and spent a lot of the day reading my book club book which I had gotten in the mail just the day before, as book club was to be the next day! I actually finished the book in the wee hours.
On Friday I spent part of the day taking pictures and listing on my reclaimolgist site for sale ... This is one of the pictures I used.
I stood out there, the weather was so warm, and visited for almost a half an hour ... Grandpa kept saying ... "Get in, or get out and close the door!" funny, funny Grandpa.
Also, on Friday, with my craft room all clean ... I did the stenciling on the antique door header hanging about our bed. I had bought it at flea.o.logy last weekend, and thought it would be perfect for a reminder for my 'one word' personal goal campaign this year ... of course my one word is 'gracious' but I thought the 'goodness gracious' was a bit whimsical and would fit the piece better. Of course it was my Pollyanna post for today!!
On Saturday I was off to work ... we were super busy, but I still managed to do a bit of work on getting stuff out into booths. I am still bringing back goodies left over from my flea.o.logy sale. After work I ran home and Dad and I headed to Orem for the current Hale Center Theater play with the Heuers and Moes. Of course we always love getting together with them!
Dad had spent the day wrassling in the huge 1930's farm sink I had bought last summer at Treasures. He says he thinks it was 300 pounds, yikes. He had Spencer help him muscle it into place, and it pretty much took the whole day ... guess we are off at a run on the remodel in the kitchen .... I can hardly wait. He even scrubbed it up later, and I am excited to see what it will look like with the small black and white tiles he will add to the counter and splash!!
After church I did some visits while Dad did sacrament to the shut ins. Fortunately Spencer and Brittney went to visit Grandpa at the care center. They said he was up set and had been crying when they got there. They stayed longer than normal and didn't leave until he was more his chipper self. Dad and I are so grateful for all that all of you do to enrich Grandpa's life.
That night it was off to Salt Lake to have family dinner at Darby's house.
Spencer demonstrated the presentation he did at the UVU Entrepreneur contest, in which he took 2nd place and won $3000 to boost his Hatchet Eye Wear business! Yeah Spencer!
... and Davin is always good for a laugh. His family is in California visiting Briahnna's grandparents, so we missed seeing them.