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I’ve been sitting here seeing all these St. Patty’s decorations and desserts and I kept thinking to myself: “why is everyone posting all this green stuff? St. Patty’s is months off”. Then I remembered that it comes around in March and we’re a week off from the new month. You know the problem lies in the fact that I am overtly tired, I fell asleep writing a comment last night: I was mid type when I fell asleep. You see I don’t fall asleep, I toss and turn to sleep; I lay in bed for hours sometimes finding myself never having become unconscious when the alarm goes off. Maybe it’s all the projects I am working on, maybe it’s the panther that’s on the loose or maybe all the sleepless nights have finally caught up with me. Either which way I am tired.
Look what I got:
I was so excited to get the mail as we went out Saturday because I knew what it was, I actually wanted to turn around and go back so I could start using it. I wanted to find something post worthy to paint up, I started browsing when I spied this pretty little placard on the basket that houses most of our Christmas decor:
When I bought the basket I loved the placard, but you come down to it you can’t even see what’s on it. So of course it would be my first victim. It was so simple, just adding highlights. The Krylon 18 kt gold paint pen
worked so awesomely and easily, so well in fact that I have other projects and fixes planned in other colors of the pen.
The same shelf that holds our Christmas decor basket is where we keep our 72 hour kits, miscellaneous storage and the future home of our command center. I haven’t found any of what I am looking for nor entirely planned it out.
I want the 72 hour kits to be concealed as the shelf is one of the first things you see when you come in the front door…not cool. The shelf will receive some kind of paint and a special finish and I want some additional and better storage for the shelf with the Asker pots. There’s a lot of work needed, but I suppose at some point I will get there.
I hope you all have a lovely Monday!
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