Homemaking the Retro Way
The apron is beautiful. Did you make that?
Terri, no I wish I had made it. :) My maternal grandmother made it years ago. It's one of my favorite aprons.
That was fun! I loved your apron too! So pretty! It's extra special too being an heirloom!Love, Tina :)
Love this post! I love pictures, I must be a visual sort of gal! Gotta know though, did you play some baseball today (or are those soccer shoes?)? Love your dishes!Blessings!Monique
How fun, thank you for doing that and I may have to do the same one day soon. (o:Many Blessings!CTH
If all the pictures are a log of what you accomplished today, you must have been a very busy lady. When did you finally die on the couch? Beautiful embroidry and I love the apron!
I really enjoyed this...what a great idea.Deby
I love the pictures...they show proof of a full & happy day! The apron is really sweet. Myself, I can hardly function around the house without one!Brenda
Hey! This is Betty (changed my blog addy) Thanks for posting the pictures! This is really neat to see :)
Monique, they're my daughter's softball shoes. She loves to just drop them by the front door because they're "too dirty" to go in her room. :)DianeE, yes it WAS a busy day and I fell asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow that night! :)Thank you Deby! I had fun with it.Brenda, thank you! Full and happy is exactly right. :)Elizabet, thanks for letting me know you've changed your blog. I'll pop over soon.
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