Here is my beautiful finished wall. It probably doesn't look like much since you're not used to see it peeling off. The box between the piano and my cutting table houses my quilts to be hand quilted. The two of them have been there for quite a while! Seeds of Kindness and "Highway Hearts".
My husband and three of my children are taking their turn to make a trip to Ohio. Remember I took 3 kids last month? It didn't work out with our crazy summer traveling schedules to all go together. We thought it would be a better visit with two groups of 4 rather than one of 8.
Below is the famous pull-out trash door that I mentioned yesterday. It is one of the doors that (badly) needs painting. The holes where the handle was originally were filled with wood putty. You can see where the paint is chipped away from people gouging it violently with their talons when they opened the door, I guess. That's the only logical explanation.
I have a multitude of projects to finish before Emily's wedding, August 13. The reason for mentioning the trip to OH and the door above is to bring up my new favorite words..."Send the cabinet doors and the paint up, and I'll sand and have them painted for you." My dad said that to me last night on the phone. Glory, hallelujah!! If I would have had the energy, I would have jumped up and clicked my heels together. Emily promptly removed 10 doors and loaded them in the Pilot. What a relief. Suddenly, the rest of my projects look doable.
I take Susie to the airport crazy early tomorrow AM. We are leaving here at 5:30, which means I'll be getting up at 5:29. I hope it's not one of those nights where I keep thinking I'm sleeping in and wake up to check every 30 minutes.
I have another nearly-finished quilt over on my secret blog. Hop on over there if you know where to find it!