I say that I have the best daughter in the world because she is always willing to help out an animal in need. Many times she goes above and beyond to help them.
Tonight we drove by an area where a house was torn down that used to have a lot of cats running around and sleeping on the porch. The house was torn down a few weeks ago and I stupidly thought that whoever had lived there must have made arrangements for the cats. Whether it was the person who used to live there or the person in charge of that person or whoever, they did not. We discovered the cats there this evening. She drove right to the store and bought cat food and a water bowl for them.
We went back and they all ran into the woods that surround the house. To our surprise we found that someone had been leaving food for them. Then we walked around behind a big tree into a nice little shaded spot and there was a lot of old empty food containers and cat food bags. It looked as if someone was trying to keep them fed and watered. We did wonder if a homeless person might have been staying there also. It was getting dark so we couldn’t really get a good look behind the hedge of trees and bushes.
Tomorrow I will call our No-Kill shelter and pray that they will for once have room for animal that I call about! At least we know they have enough food and some water.
So I have to say it again, I have the best daughter in the world! She is an animal hero.
Posted in Animals, Uncategorized
Tagged be kind help an animal, Beautiful, beautiful day, cat food, Cats, daughter, friend, Happy, help, help the homeless, hero, joy, Life, light, love, Nature, no kill shelter, she loves animals, smile, sunshine, sweet, water
I made this quick and easy window dressing for the larger window in my kitchen. My house is most definitely not formal at all. Some things are even put up temporarily, just to see what I think about them.
I like bright colors and whimsy. I’m not at all above decorating using kids toys. Who doesn’t like toys?! Why do we have to hide our inner children? I can play too. Or at least look at fun things that make me smile.
So here is a curtain that I made and threw up in a jiffy. My kind of timeframe. I used iron- on hemming tape, probably the wrong way but it worked for the purpose, a babies teething ring and super glue. Yes I have moved on from staples and duct tape to super glue. Works great when you don’t get it on your fingers or in your eye!
I had this really long piece of material that my daughter left here many years ago and I just rediscovered it in a drawer.
I super glued the curtain to the window frame (a tiny bit) because I couldn’t find a little tiny nail. You can do things like that when you have an old crappy house. Then I super glued the teething ring to the bottom of the window sill and to the curtain behind it to keep it in place. If I decide in a few months that I want to replace it I will just take it down and paint over the chipped paint. See I told you, quick and easy window dressing. And fun! Makes me smile anyway.
I call it my Happy Curtain. Go ahead let your imagination go. Look for something you can use in an unusual, creative and unexpected way, something that will make you smile.
Posted in Thrift, Tutorial, Uncategorized
Tagged alternative curtain material, bright, creative, curtain, decorate, decorate with a difference, decorate with toys, fun, Happy, imagination, interesting, kitchen, kitchen window, no sew, no sew curtain, Pink, quick and easy, stripes, sunshine, super glue, teething ring, toys, unusual curtain, window dressing
I am so happy with the changes that I made to my horse mural. I like it much better than before. Loads more still to do but it makes me happy to walk by and see it now. I feel as if I can see the light at the end of tunnel now. And light is what I need most. I think I am going to name my horse Whisper. His nose looks much longer in the photo. It might really be too long but not as much as in the picture.
When I put the base color on the carrots you can see my hand decided to not cooperate with me and decided to just throw the paint brush around. I can’t wait to add all of the little details to make the carrots come to life.
I think I need an orange wall or two or three in my house. It is such a happy color, so full of energy and life. Maybe I should paint every room this color! Change can be a good thing.
Posted in Animals, Artwork, Murals, Uncategorized
Tagged bright, bright color, bring in the sunshine, carrots, change it, changes can be good, clouds, grass, green, Happiness, Happy, happy horse, horse, mural, Orange, paint a horse, Painting, put some color on your walls, sky, tan, wall, wall color
It is in my nieghbor’s yard right over the fence. I think I will buy two for my yard. I wish it would keep a flowering bloom all summer but it doesn’t. Soon these gorgeous pink cherry blossoms will fall off. They look like ballarina skirts. Tiny little dancers all over the tree.
Posted in Artwork, Flowers, Photographs, Uncategorized
Tagged Cheerful, flower, fun, Happy, I love pink, joy, Pink, smile, Spring
These rings are fun and easy to make and wear.
Posted in Etsy, Jewelry, Photographs, Uncategorized
Tagged copper, Eeasy Peasy, fun, Hammered, Happy, Jewelry, joy, ring, simple, Twisted
A present from Helen’s Adornment’s Blog. Beautiful handmade earrings. Made by Helen of course. They were made as part of a blog hop using beads. She did a great job. Now if you would please, click on over and see the gorgeous glass beads that she makes, they are beautiful and fun. Below is the photo of how she beautifully packaged the earrings that I won and a photo of them. Great spring colors.
Posted in Artwork, Contest and Challenges, Cool Stuff, Crafts, Etsy, Jewelry, Uncategorized
Tagged be nice, beads, dragonfly, earrings, green, Happy, Helen's Adornment's Blog, Jewelry, pretty oh so pretty, purple, slow down, smile, take your time, very nice
I love to watch Luna sleep.
Posted in Animals, Photographs, Uncategorized
Tagged baby, dog, Happy, joy, love, Luna, my baby, Pet, smile, sweetie pie
I have never seen Darla stay this interested in a squirrel for that long. At least an hour, maybe more. The squirrel was scared to death. I felt so bad for him, sitting there saying, “please don’t bite me”.