I found the website that had my favorite (well, new favorite) kitchen. I showed you the yellow sink last time. This is the upstairs bedroom. What I like. The door has a window to let in light. The kids room or guest room has two full sized beds--not twins. Here's that yellow again. I found it fun that the cotton coverlet is on top of the down (well it would be here) comforter. I wonder if the additional of yellow was just for the photo shoot?
My carpenter says too much beadboard is a bad thing. Here we have bead board everywhere. Ceiling, walls, door. I guess, technically, the walls are "board and batten".
I have been reading a certain "low carb blog" for almost 4 years now. The guy has almost as much trouble as I do staying on the straight and narrow when it comes to food choices. He does do a better job than I do because he likes eating meat. I like vegetables and fruit.
Here's what he said to a reader who is focusing on the number on her scale;
This guy is, like, my diet guru. And I am liking what he says here. Eat the foods that are good for you and let the scale sit in the backseat for awhile. I think the counting and measuring and wondering is what makes Joanne an very sad and angry person. The food doesn't.
There are a number of things that make me crazy. I don't want my breakfast, lunch and dinner to be three of them.
I had a very good day yesterday. Very busy. A good busy. I am anxious to get back to work. Too long sitting around the house watching Netflix, reading and waiting for the snow to melt. This morning I tried on pants from two of the bins I have in the closet. I found three or four pair of pants suitable (in fit) and have them on top of the pile so I can just reach in and take a pair and dress for work. I am hoping it's one day this coming week. But it will probably be the 24th.
Of great interest to me --not all the pants that fit suitably (I have to bend and move) are the same size. They are all the same brand. Not the same style. They all fit differently. How on earth is a customer going to be able to know what to buy?
I guess it was a good thing that I just took any pair of pants off the 20 cent rack (in styles I liked) and didn't care what size they were. I took mostly green, dark tan, khaki. Greenhouse colors. Who knew I would do something that smart? Certainly, not me.