Sunday, July 13, 2014

I'm Sorry I Haven't Been Visiting You...

Hello all!  I just want to say "Thank You" for all your wonderful comments on my Fourth of July Tablescape and Happy Fourth posts.  I look forward to your visits so much and appreciate that you take the time to leave a comment to let me know you were here.  :)

Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy Fourth of July

Today we celebrate the birth of our nation.


Wednesday, July 2, 2014

A Fourth of July Table

I don't know about you all, but our town seems to have emptied out.  It seems that everyone is traveling somewhere for the Fourth of July week -- everyone, that is, but us.  :)  My husband says there has been very little traffic to and from work every day, so no complaints there.  Those who have gone to the North Carolina coast may have their trip spoiled by Tropical Storm Arthur, but I hope not.  That happened to us one year, and it was no fun.

We're planning on staying right here for the week, but my husband has taken an extra day's vacation in order to have a four-day weekend.  Woo-hoo!  We'll be going to my in-laws' house for the Fourth, but I set a patriotic tablescape in my "new" kitchen just for fun.


Saturday, June 21, 2014

I Forgot One Thing!

Hello, gentle readers and Happy Saturday to you.  Thanks for your responses on my post yesterday on how to clean your windows and glass doors.  But...I forgot to tell you one really important thing about the new method (head slap!)  I forgot to tell you that you're supposed to wet the chamois cloth first rather than using it dry.  The author of A Brit in Tennessee was kind enough to remind me last night that you need to wet the cloth in warm water, wring it out, and then start your cleaning.  Spray with your window cleaner then wipe with a damp chamois cloth.  Thank you, Jo, for your reminder on that!

Friday, June 20, 2014

A Tip For Cleaning Windows and Glass Doors

Thank you for all your kind comments on our summer porch!  I always love your visits and comments.  :)  I'm really enjoying the porch and the flowers so far because I didn't plant any last year or the year before -- just wasn't into summer and hot weather.  But I've always been happiest when I have flowers to putter around in, and I'm so glad I took the trouble to plant some this year.  We're trying to get our yard in better shape; it's a bit overwhelming at the moment.  I plan to keep working on it into the fall so that next spring, we'll really be able to tell a difference.

But I digress.  I promised to tell you how I got our storm door so clean and streak-free, and some of you have mentioned that you would like to know the secret.


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