Wonderfully Wacky Mirror
This has been a harried week.
Thank you again for all of your concern and prayers for our family and our son James.
He is still in Tokyo and other than being a bit hungry he is relatively safe.
Even so, I now have the Tokyo Embassy on my cell phone
and I read their updates daily.
Never thought that would happen.
While all of this was happening Mike and I were in Dallas.
We loved seeing friends but I'm not sure we were the best of guests.
Our bodies were in Texas but our hearts and minds were in Japan.
Despite everything we did get to see the Home Show in the new Cowboy Stadium.
The jumbo-tron is truly immense.
It's like they say -
everything really is bigger in Texas.
Yes, that is our boy Ty.
It wasn't a lot different from our home show here.
It was just bigger and in a much cooler place.
I did find a few things to put on my wish list.
I really think I need one of these bad boys to help me bring my Christmas tree up from the storage area and then take it back down again in January.
Then, when we eventually remodel our bathroom
I would love to have one of these ingenious little devices in the cupboard to keep all of my styling tools ready and organized.
I took a picture of the display so I can remember exactly what to ask for whenever that time comes.
I know Mike is hoping I forget. :)
I'm pretty sure I saw an eye roll.
How great would this be though?
We came home on Monday and since then I have been catching up a bit on my painting.
Remember this wonderfully wacky mirror I was painting for a client?
I started with green but then I put words on it.
Didn't like them.
Painted it black.
Now it looks like this.
We are deciding if it really needs knobs.
I did find some fun ones but they add to the cost.
What do you think?
Knobs or no knobs?
thank you for all of your prayers and good thoughts.
It meant more than you will ever know.
For now, we are good.
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