Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Day 203, Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Today is John's 39th birthday!  Happy Birthday to the best Son-in-law we could ever ask for.  Unfortunately, John spent most of the day at the Dr., getting chemo treatment. The nurses brought him balloons and had him wear a lei around his neck.  He has Hodgkin's Lymphoma, less than one year after having Diffused Cell B Lymphoma.  Please keep him in your prayers as he fights this battle again!

Day 202, Monday, July 21, 2014

Cindy and I worked on this Button Farm Album Kit.  We bought the same one in April when we went to Creating Keepsakes Convention in Collinsville.  Love it!

Day 201, Sunday, July 20, 2014

This arrangement of photos has been on this wall for a very long time.  Sometimes, I add new ones to the frames, but the frames stay in the same spot.  I had to replace the frame with the kids caricature as it was broken and would fall apart.  I decided to take them all down and spray paint them black.  I have them all replaced, but they smell like paint, so they are in the garage until there is no odor.

Day 200, Saturday, July 19, 2014

Nate installed a new faucet in the kitchen sink today.  The old one was leaking.  I found the leak when I was cleaning out under the cabinet.  He had a hard time getting the old one out, but the new went in very easy!

Day 199, Friday, July 18, 2014

I transferred our Habanero pepper plants to the ground this morning.  They were in a flower pot and Nate read they should be 18 inches apart to bear fruit.  I didn't see the peppers, as I was worried about keeping the roots intact.  We found three peppers tonight!

Day 198, Thursday, July 17, 2014

I cleaned out the utensil drawer yesterday morning.  I tossed these three tools in the garbage as we had either new ones.  My boys were not happy about getting rid of these three things, so I got them out of the trash bag and washed them.

Day 197, Wednesday, July 16, 2014

I got an invitation to the "New Menu" party at Panera Bread.  Jim and I got to make our own small baguette to take home.  We got to try several new sandwiches, soup, pastries and a drink for $5 each.