It has been said that my posts give readers whiplash. Prepare yourselves, this is another one of those.
I may (or not) come in for a landing by the time this post reaches its conclusion.
Let's begin with the quiz...five questions kitchens... I gave up grading papers a long time ago so there is no shame/no prize. Not only that, you are allowed to work together! These kitchens are all famous from movies or television programming. I will reveal the answers tomorrow.
Yesterday, I was with my dad so I have news to share.
He and I had a great conversation. It went like this:
I: "What would you like for your birthday?"
I: "What would you like to eat?"
He: "Nothing" I: "What kind of cake do you want?"
I: "What kind of ice cream do you want?"
Phew! He still cares about the really important stuff. Poor man has had a rough week...ER twice. He's on the mend now, but energy is low.
My sister and brother-in-law have been busy!
↑ All taken in morning light
I am loving that Penobscot wood wall! This wood is all reclaimed from the bottom of the Penobscot River. Apparently, lots of logs were lost on those logging drives of long ago. My father tells me that his father and grandfather worked on many of those drives.
Now what do you think of the blue? I have spent my entire adult life trying to get away from blue because so many blues were chosen for me by previous homeowners. I'm still living with a blue bedroom after all these years. I tried my best to steer Kim (sis) to a "better" choice. Ha! She was not persuaded. Then, as I was sitting watching tv in her home, I saw that one of my favorite kitchens was painted blue. Yes, #5 is one of my favorite kitchens of all time.
Okay, I'll admit it was a weak landing, but it's the best I can do today.
Have a wonderful weekend and thank you for reading today...
P.S. My sister told me this about the paint: Paint is BEHR premium plus ultra.
Paint & primer in one.
When it dries it's like a thin rubber or silicone if you peel it up. It is called Dockside Blue.