T Stands for Tuesday today where we share a beverage related post with friends.
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Not too much new happening this past week here in my Ozarks woods
We are so enjoying the cooler weather, a few more fresh veggies from the garden and I am still going through things in the house-repacking into new containers. We are slowly working on finding some storage space for our home-we have none what so ever in this house, and fun to remember what I have stored away.
I put Christmas items in one container instead of several, most of what I have now is pretty vintage-cause I am vintage now lol. I enjoyed going through all my ornaments which I have not seen for several years now.
We don't have children, so we never really celebrated allot-I have not put up anything over the past several years but I have decided I want to this year-and figured out a spot for a tree even. Hubs will be rolling his eyes for sure haha. He is Jewish plus we have never gotten into any of the commercial side of the holidays over the years we have been married-35 years now. We celebrate with good friends and good holiday foods and sharing with others. Actually during most of the days after Thanksgiving through the New Year I stay away from the stores.
I also looked into boxes of my depression and carnival glass pieces and repacked. Nice to see them again-we have some ideas now on how to get at these pieces.
This past week I have been working on clearing our long hallway--so I can start to prime paint with kilnz and then texture and then paint. Originally I was going to hire this done--but decided not to.
Made some good progress today. There are a couple difficult things to move like the heavy heavy boxes of floor tile-I need to get those away from the walls so I can work in those areas.
So this will be my new indoor project. I need help in the bathroom before I can finish up the rock work in there-hopefully in another month. I figured if I get the hallway completed than it will be ready to tile along with the bathroom floor.-wow real floors seem possible soon haha
I have been playing with my bison-alpaca fibers still-blending them a bit differently and still working on good ways to spin this lovely yarn. I came across a spinning group on facebook that I joined today-and I got some good tips for spinning this. That is one of the few things I enjoy on facebook-many really good groups.
I also have been getting inspired by my artist blog friend Barbara who is making hand made papers from different natural raw materials-like fresh corn husks and others-so of course I am excited about this and must try. I also have pampas grass growing which will work well too. Can't way now to try this out.
For my beverage tonight-I decided to make me a mini margarita served in a pretty piece from Japan-a resale shop find. Behind the glass is a peak at my bison-alpaca handspun.
Happy T Day!!