When I cleaned out my family home, I found my prom dress from the year 1966! I started to throw it in the trash, but then I decided, with a little alteration, my grands could play dress up with it. They never got that chance though, since I needed a curtain for this powder room!!
More proof that I don't throw anything away, and that I don't mind being tacky with my decor! My friend, Susie, sent me a gift in this plastic bag, and I hung the bag in the window for Easter decor!!
Although I do spoil my grandchildren, and I do allow them to do about what they want to at my house, I will make them sit for long periods of time to try to get a good picture of all four of them!
I had 20 guests for Easter dinner. Normally, we have about 30 people for holiday dinners, but only 20 could be here for Easter dinner this year. Miss Janice, I know men are supposed to remove their hats at the dinner table, but apparently some of my guests don't know it!I'm joining Susan at A Southern Daydreamer Reads in the Spring Reading Challenge she has issued. I love to read, but lately, I'm reading all of your posts all of the time, so I haven't had a lot of time for my book reading. However, I am currently reading Mermaids in theBasement, a Michael Lee West novel, which is an absolutely wonderful read. I hope to also read the Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski, before the end of the challenge on June 20, but I'm not sure that I will complete it. If you'd like to join in this challenge, please stop by A Southern Daydreamer Reads and sign up.
Don't forget to go see all of the other 2nd Time Around posts by going to A Picture is Worth A 1000 Words to get the links. Thanks so much to Diane for hosting this event. As always, I appreciate you visiting my blog, and I'd love to hear from you in a comment. laurie