Behind My Red Door

Behind My Red Door

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

This too shall pass…

…this nasty head cold that is. I know it takes 7 – 10 days for a cold to pass so I am half way there. I spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday not doing a thing. Now it seems all I do is sneeze, blow, wipe my nose and then I start all over again. I am now sporting a very unfashionable red ‘moustache’. I am thankful it is just a cold but it kept me from an awesome photo shoot on Saturday – BOOHOO! Did you see some sneak peeks on the APP blog? Click ~HERE~ if you haven’t. Oh my… what a gorgeous home! I had blogged about the store a few times so I was really looking forward to seeing Jerrie and Norm’s home. I am thankful that I am privy to the rest of Bonnie’s photo’s and all I have to say is if you love colonial and prim, subscribe before the Christmas issue comes out this year because Bonnie captured this home so well!

So while I didn’t get to take photos on Saturday, I had taken a few around the house before I got sick, but after some minor tweaking here and there.

First I want to show you two new things…

This is cotton that Jill brought me in the fall. A whole bag of stems like this…

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…that sat in the garage until after Christmas because I had so much fall décor then Christmas décor that I just didn’t have room for it. But I thought it would be prefect for a nice white winter touch so here it is…

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And my other new goodie is this lamb pantry cake that I got from my friend Dana over at Homespun Treasures by Dana. Isn’t he great? He is moving come spring though….

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The rest of my tweaking I did with things I already had around the house so no explanations are needed…

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I am thankful for:

…soft tissues

…spiced chai tea to soothe my throat

…Weight Watchers Frozen Dark Chocolate Raspberry Bars to soothe my throat too!

…accurate weather forecasts

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…hugs from the sweetest little girl in the world!

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Until next time – hugs Grammee Linda