Sunday, September 30, 2012

Lately...


Some fallifying of the house took place.  Big red mums are good.  So are vintage watering cans..........



A vintage screen door was purchased at the thrift......... 



This is also good.

Except if you consider my hoarding tendencies.  

If hoarding is a problem, then I guess it's bad.

And while we're talking about hoarding, is it also bad that I bought a vintage corner sink just because I've never seen one out in the wild? 

 

I mean, so what that it's for a non-existent corner bathroom for our next house that we have yet to look for!?

Anyway.

The mister got a wild hare mid-week to hit up a Chief's game.....



And boy, was it ugly.

Booing the quarterback and all.

Sad times. The Chief's lost.

But you can't beat road trip necessities..........



Even if they tell you some discouraging news about your favorite Bachelorette couple. 

I'm still rooting for them.




Linking up with:

Incorporating Colorstillbeingmolly

20 comments:

  1. I am still so in love with that vintage door! And I was wondering what in the world that corner sink was on Instagram this week. Hahah thanks for clearing it up. I hope you find the perfect place for it some day. :)
    -Kara
    thesnuglyduckling.com

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    1. HA!!!! Yes, I don't think I explained that in the caption! Thank you though! I do too. The mister was not in love with EITHER of those finds!

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    2. Husbands never understand these things.

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    3. Hehehehe........They rarely do! You are correct!

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  2. LOVe the vintage door - but a sink? HAHAHA!
    XOXO
    -Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog:
    http://psbananas.com

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  3. You make me smile. You have now bought just about everything from santa gnomes to the bathroom sink :). I have unexpected things speak to me, that I then feel as if I need to buy as well. You are in good hoarding company.

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  4. love your mum! really funny you have that sink! :)

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  5. I once worked in a really old building with a corner sink in the ladies' room, and I was kind of obsessed with it, so I support your purchase. (And I don't want to hear any discouraging news about Emily and Jef. I'm in denial!) ;)

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    1. FINALLLLY someone who understands my sink! :) And seriously, I refuse to believe anything I read!

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  6. Okay, I have to know what you are going to do with the screen door...love it. Now, the sink, we need to talk about...girl, you are a mess, and that is why I love ya!!

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  7. I"m going to get my mum today!! Can't wait.

    What's going on with Emily and Jef?!

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  8. K this girl I know got a vintage door like that, painted it the cutest colors and bought a big piece of glass to put over the top and made it her dining room table, it was SO SO CUTE! :)

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  9. That is a very creative idea for the door! The sink.... I was also confused on Instagram, but I know you will find the perfect use for it! From experience, hoarding is not always a bad thing..... I know that the THOUSANDS of beads I have bought will all be used in the perfect design for them one day....besides WHO can resist a great deal??? ;)

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  10. we're going to pick up mums and pumpkins tomorrow night...I can't wait to get rid of my summertime planters and fill them with gorgeous fall mums!

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  11. So excited that you linked up with us, woman! :) Sounds like an awesome weekend!

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  12. I always love reading about your thrifting adventures! I can't wait to see what you do with that sink! :)

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  13. Love that first photo! The mums are just gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you! Let's hope I don't kill it!

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  14. Hi from Hello Cotton!!! Those Mums are lovely!! And what is going on with Emily!!!?? Ill be keeping up with you on BlogLovin!! Feel free to follow back!! Have a great week!


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