Knock-on-wood Tony and I are doing great and so are our four-leggers.
Tony and I have been working a lot of hours and I've been writing even more hours and between line—dancing and running back and forth to Kerrville is why we have been so busy.
Anyway, yesterday our very dear friends Hans & Marita came over after we got off work and we had a wonderful time visiting with them. And even though my callouses on my fingers have gone away, because I have not been playing my guitar much—Hans and I played guitars together while he and Marita sang. (I did not sing, because I am tone deaf and smarter than that.) And the only thing bad about their visit is my finger tips are still sore. But it was worth it.
Oh, in my spare time I've also been working on my cute writing cabin and it is coming along great.
Last week our big window's blinds broke that is next to our front door and because of that one side hung lower than the other and it drove me crazy all night long. So, the following day we went to the Home Depot and replaced and rehung the new blinds. (Actually, Tony rehung the blinds.)
Anyway, I hated the thought of throwing out the broken blinds, so I decided to repurpose the old blinds or better said—I am repurposing the slats.
After unstringing the slats, I began painting them red and I also painted a few of them with black and white squares, because I plan to attach them to the inside door of my cabin. Here is a picture of the inside of the door and a picture of the slats before I began painting them on the kitchen island.