Good Morning Friends.
Today began early at our house.
My husband had to be at the airport really early to go to Roanoke, Virginia.
Now when you have to get to DFW Airport and you live an hour away...that means we get up at 5 am.
That's OK because it has given me time to play in the kitchen this morning.
Doesn't the world just feel better when the kitchen is clean and shiny? It does to me.
In fact, when I'm stressed the first thing I do is start cleaning! That might be weird.
Anyway, today I just wanted to walk around the kitchen and take a few pics. I really love this kitchen so much. Have I ever told you that someone else built this house and then they couldn't buy it because they couldn't sell theirs? Wouldn't that be sad?
You saw this wire basket at Christmas. Picked this up at Laurie Anna's Vintage Home.
Yes, I see those Christmas cookbooks in there.
I'm still finding bits and pieces of Christmas around the house.
The all important coffee spot.
This is another little corner with one of my Janet Hill prints stashed.
Her artwork is so pretty....I've gotten a couple more around the house.
I love colored spatulas. You know, the kind that doesn't melt?
They add fun little splashes of color.
A view from another direction.
Windows are on all sides and it is challenging to take good pictures.
Are you getting little peeks of the curtains that Sonya made?
There's a story there....I'll tell it last.
Some of my favorite cup towels.
The rolling pin towel is a Martha Stewart goody that jumped in my arms recently when
I was shopping for someone else. Does that happen to you?
The Home Sweet Texas towel was a gift from one of my favorite people in the world.
Here's a different perspective.
So glad you can't see the crumbs on the floor.
made these for both sides of the kitchen.
They are stunning as always.
I sent her a picture on my phone when I had them all hung...
She sweetly told me that I had them upside down. The stripe goes on the bottom.
And she reminded me about the picture I referred to when I was asking her to make these..
and the stripe goes at the bottom.
Well, Sonya...don't hate me.
I tried them both ways and I love them like this.
You are the best curtain maker ever!!
Thanks for coming by today.