So, how is it for a
Homebody to stay HOME?
Not hard at all except. . . .
I miss my family!
I talk, I text, I send virtual hugs but nothing is a
replacement for seeing family and friends in person.
This was US a year ago at my two Granddaughters
High School Graduation!. I have my youngest
grandson (white shirt) who is graduating this year.
There won't be the traditional ceremony but
it will be memorable for sure. Hopefully we will
all be together to celebrate by the end of May.
Somehow things always work out.
So, I just continue to work on the things that need to
be done in my Apt. 157.
Not finished. . . but it is started,
The hard part is getting the shelf hung.
I did it myself and it is level!
I have some other things going up
I think it will turn out - I hope -
Do you ever make something and you know it
needs more but. . . what?
Well that is how it was with this wreath.
It needed something more than a bow.
And then I happened to go to JoAnn's
(Yes, I was all masked up and gloves on)
My JoAnn's is very small and everyone
was keeping the "social distancing"
They had birdhouses unfinished for $1.
They caught my eye and I knew what I would do.
It was fun doing a simple little project
painting a birdhouse.
So my days are spent enjoying my little
Apt. 157. Puttering, working, cleaning.
Doing all the things I enjoy Homemaking.
In a few days I will show you
It is still a work in progress.
I hope you come back again.
I also hope you are staying safe and
enjoying your time at HOME.