At the Lake

May 14, 2014

It's already Wednesday, or 'hump day' as it is more affectionately called.  Meant to post this on Monday, but as you can see, time sure got away from me

This past weekend was very busy at the lake - Mr. Craft & I headed to the lake to open up the house for the summer.  Yep, lots of cleaning, dusting off cobwebs, pulling out deck furniture etc - it pretty much rained all day on Saturday, so the cleaning inside worked out well ..... yep, until we had to go outside to pull out the furniture .... but it was all good - got quite a bit of stuff done.   Saturday evening we ended up going to the lodge for a couple of drinks & dinner, which was nice just to sit back & relax after a long busy, rainy day.




As I was cleaning, I decided to take pictures of some of the vintage furniture and stuff I have in the house - didn't realize quite what I had - I still have a lot of decorating to do .. too many empty walls and corners ~ I guess that's what flea markets are all about!

Love this basin and jug!






Got back home early on Sunday in time to celebrate Mother's Day. Grilled some great steaks, kebab's & hamburgers :)  together with all the fixings including a mean potato salad made by my mother-in-law.  Dines was so cute - he gave me a Mother's Day card (of course made my  but funny card from Dinesh ......  he has quite the sense of humor!

My sister-in-law gave me a neat book - The Everything Guide  to Selling Arts & Crafts Online.  Just flipped through the first couple of pages ..... good reading on the train ride to work and back.




So the next big news is the annual Scrapbook show on June 20/21.  This will be my first time - already took the day off from work and plan on spending the entire day on Friday checking out some of the work shops and filling as many bags as I can carry with paper, embellishments, punches, holiday paper, etc. :) kinda like being a kid in a huge toy store ........... cannot wait!




Until next time ...................



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