Today

Today is a glorious day! The sewing room is set-up and I started on a piece late this afternoon. I definitely went into the zone and that was nice. There is work and then there is work. I was thinking about beginning and becoming and how beginning the work somehow leads to becoming good at something, even though that isn’t exactly what’s on your mind at the time.

That’s exciting isn’t it?

Peter is making so much progress on the living room. I just have to show you! It’s two rooms really and they both started out pink with lots of gray linoleum tile and the dreaded florescent light fixture. A beautiful transformation I think. Thank you dearest for making our home beautiful.

Beforepink

And nowlivinrm1livrm2

my hero

my hero

view out the window of our misty river

view out the window of our misty river

 

 

new sewing room complete with vintage paneling

new sewing room complete with vintage paneling


sewrm1

I have to get messy right away

I have to get messy right away

 

work in progress

Goodnight my Beautiful Farmhouse. I don't want the day to end.

Goodnight my Beautiful Farmhouse. I don’t want the day to end.

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11 Responses to Today

  1. Curls & Q says:

    Q – WOW! Looks fantastic! I feel as if I need a nap now just thinking about all of the restoration work that’s been done. LOL

  2. Pamela says:

    What a lovely piece of creative heaven you now have.

  3. pennross says:

    Love hearing the joy in your voice!

  4. Laura says:

    Just beautiful! You guys are rock stars.

  5. Love the transformation of your living room! The house is lookin’ great, and so is the view! I’m very happy for you!

    • marjorie says:

      Thanks Laura! I’m finally stitching with the beautiful wonderfil thread from your shop- will post more about that soon! I love working with it.

      • Woohoo! I look forward to your post. I’m stitching with it right now too. I’ve got a needle-turn applique block that I can take to work with me and stitch on during down time. I hope to post it soon.

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