Purge yearbooks??         Isn’t that like illegal or something??

Go see what I did!



Some Sewing

slob, humor, 2 Brother sewing machines

Another Brother, from another mother!!

Sew, can you guess what this post is about??     3 guesses!!

Some body say sewing???       Ding ding ding!           We have a winner!

Sewing is some kinda work!!


Yay!     I CAN have pix!         They just have to be old ones!!

Better old, than none!             Right?!

Such Situations

Oldie but goodie from September 2014.       Are y’all that have been here a while tired of the reruns??        I promise, I’m trying hard as I can to get my new site ready!!

This was while we lived in our 4/2 biiiiiiig apartment!

Tiny Teal Table

Authoress51 was worried that I had run outta material.     No, just money!!     I have bought my own dot com, but can’t get it working yet.      And I’m out of storage here on the WP free plan…..     So, until I can get something worked out, I have to recycle.        This is a new post, because I had already loaded the one pic.     I had 3 more, that I wanted to add, but can’t.  😦       I hate publishing posts without pix!!       Thanks for the concern, Authoress!



Well, it definitely is tiny.        And certainly a table.      The teal part, eh, not so much.       But, it is blue!        Which teal is a kind of…..

When I lived in the trailer, PPJr , oops!   ChunkChunk, was in her high chair, and PP sat at the tiny, teal table, and the grown ups used TV trays.           Since CC has outgrown her high chair, she now sits at on a stool, at the dining room table, alongside PP.         S0 now we had no more use for the ttt.

DD1 decided it would make a great plant stand, and out to the porch it went.        That worked for awhile.    

Then, it was time for a switch up.       The plants went elsewhere, and the tiny teal table…..

Was left lonely, littered with leaves.       (And plant stakes.)

slob, humor, littered table

Littered with leaves, and plant stakes.

And DD1 decided it was no longer needed in our home, due to its poor condition!       The corners were the worse for wear, and the babies had decided it was too fluffy, and had been pulling the stuffing out, stealthily, for some time.

(Look in the top left corner, really closely!)

Pop was the pall bearer, for the disposal of the body.       Thanks, Pop.        He is so dignified and respectful.

You served us well, tiny, teal table.