Mr. HB and I are readers...he keeps most of his and rereads them.
I take mine to the local bookstore in the village where they give me credit to feed my habit!
I keep a few choice books but as a resident here in the Humble Bungalow (read as space challenged)
I cannot keep much of anything.
I got tired of looking at a shelving unit down in the unfinished portion of the basement that had books stacked haphazardly this way and that.
I set out to find a solution and look what I found.
This is an improvement, neatens up the space and I can walk by without wincing.
Warning look away...
The drywall mud is still scary!
I want to have the unfinished part of the house finished...
I hope it happens before I retire!
Now I need to tackle this mess...
"The Wave" was painted shortly after we returned from Tofino last May.
I was inspired by the storm watch and the surfers as they rode the curls...
if I had a beach cottage it might be hung there...it's far too big for the Chris Craft!
Spring weather inspires me to de-clutter and pare down.
The sunshine illuminates the cobwebs that have gathered in the dimly lit days of winter,
hence the cleaner in me is awakened!
It's a renewing of interest in the domestics on the homefront that spur me on and fuel my actions.
The garden needs weeding and the edges need trimming and how fortunate that the sun is shining!
I am planning to go to the nursery sometime this weekend and choose some vegetables to plant in my new raised beds.
Enjoy your weekend,
Hugs from the Hostess!