My daughter wanted to put in a garden. Now, this doesn’t sound so bad at first, but seeing as how impulsiveness is one of the symptoms of her disability I could see how this might turn out — she gets all excited and turns half my yard into a vegetable and flower garden then loses interest and I’m left with all the work of keeping it up for the rest of the summer and fall. No thanks.
In my last post I told you about my parents house and their amazing back yard. One of the things that makes it so special is the lighting. Take a look at this arbor:
I don’t know about you, but my bathroom items reproduce when I’m not looking. My shampoo and shower gel bottles give birth to smaller conditioner babies. On my counters, extra toothbrushes just magically appear. Contact lens solutions, eye drops, cotton balls — where do all of these things come from? The only things I can’t keep enough of are towels and toilet paper. Those disappear every couple of days no matter what I do. Well, did. I have found a few solutions I’m happy to share.
Several years ago we added on to our tiny kitchen. Our new area was a dining / multi purpose room that included a laundry area and walk-in pantry. Our old kitchen had about five layers of vinyl flooring (the home was built in 1954) and we wanted something new for our updated kitchen and extended room.