Things are slowly coming together, and I'm getting use to this part of town and this house. Still working out a few kinks, but this is what makes life so exciting right? Hahah. Last weekend David put up the curtains in the family room, which made a huge difference in the room and nice to not be in a fish bowl! The picture is not so great, but you can get the idea. I was all set to get these other curtains at Cost Plus with birds, but they won't be in stock until mid June, and I could not wait that long! Off to Ikea we went to see if there was something that would work for now. I ended up finding these. I put up a double rod and some really cute sheers with a flower pattern. I actually like them better than the ones at Cost Plus. I like that I can keep them drawn, and still have lovely filtered light shining through. We got the guest room bed put back together, and hope to get some pictures up on the wall soon, as well as a side table in there. I had to put little Quincy bird on the white table that use to be the guest room side table. The studio is pretty much unpacked and I'm ready to start cutting out and sewing up some new items starting next week. I already have two special orders that I hopefully will be starting soon as well.
Wednesday evening we traveled north to see my darling niece graduate with honors, from high school. Graduations are always so bittersweet aren't they?! This little lady is a smart cookie and has a very bright future!!! Seems like just yesterday that I was in the delivery room with my sister ushering this beauty into the world! Can't wait to see how she paves her way into the next chapter of her life.
Saturday we are heading back to my sisters to have her party. It has also been nice to visit with my dad and step mom, who came for the graduation. Not doing much else for this holiday, but most likely hanging pictures in the living room and unpacking the rest of the book boxes! We just have to reorganize the garage/storage room and then we are done!
Hope everyone has a nice holiday weekend filled with fun and lots of relaxing!