It all began when I wanted to disguise the radio. How, exactly, does one disguise a radio? They're a lot like television sets in that, if one actually uses one (we do every single day), they must be where they can be accessed.
Anyway, as most things do, one thing led to another and pretty soon I was cleaning and puttering and finding things to "disguise" the radio. Now I know that this is a case of The Emperor Has No Clothes since you can very plainly see it. ☺
I found my chalkboard art at Stephanie's Cottage Thoughts via her mom's blog Coffee Tea Books and Me.
Do you see that book disguising the radio? That's Elizabeth Goudge's A Book of Comfort, an anthology of her favorite poems and essays. That the former owner made little notations throughout is an extra blessing.
John found it for me at a flea market and the proprietor kindly gave it to him. I am so impressed with John for remembering the author's name because searching for Goudge books was a long time ago.
A wonderful Tuesday to you...