Sunday, March 29, 2009

i find myself knowing the things that i knew.




I love spray paint. (That blue lamp used to look like this.).

I love the daffodils that were left on my porch last night, and were in full bloom by morning.


p.s.
I have smile wrinkles... um, that's a good sign, right?

26 comments:

  1. Smile wrinkles are a good thing. It shows the beauty of a woman who loves life.

    And I do love that blue lamp. So much better than the original. :)

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  2. you are such a fun, unique person. your posts are always so fun and cheerful. I love daffodils too. they are so bright. they remind me of sunshine and always make me smile. your smile wrinkles are beautiful. :)

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  3. Yay for smile wrinkles! You are a beautiful lady ... wear 'em with pride.

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  4. I totally have smile wrinkles. And I think you are handling yours with more grace than I am handling mine.

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  5. I can't agree more with Your Favorite Friend -- you are so fun, so cheerful, and your blog manages to bring a smile to my face every single time I visit. I'm so glad that I stumbled upon your blog, because it's one of the best ones I've ever seen.

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  6. if smile wrinkles indicate a large amount of time spent smiling and/or laughing, i hope yours become giant river-less gullies.

    on second thought, maybe i don't wish that. gullies are typically large--at least hundreds of feet. i think hundred foot-plus ravines on the sides of your eyes would look funny. in reality, i hope that you have very normal to slightly larger than normal sized smile wrinkles.

    just being honest.

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  7. the blue lamp is awesome.

    the daffodils beautiful.

    and smile lines a thing i'm getting used to. but i'd rather have smile lines then frown furrows.

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  8. Spray paint makes my world go 'round. Daffodils, too (though I've yet to see one in this barren wasteland). And smile lines? Embrace them. They're the best.

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  9. Oooh, fresh flowers. I have lots of smile wrinkles. They're cool.

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  10. i recognize that lamp! it looks so good.

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  11. so who left the flowers? :) beautiful!

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  12. love the blue lamp and those flowers are so lovely. Oh, and yes smile wrinkles are wonderful (at least I hope so!).

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  13. What a great lamp. The blue brings out it's beauty. I'd love to see it with its shade.

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  14. love that lamp. and your wrinkles. i was so excited the first time noticed wrinkles around my eyes.

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  15. love the blue lamp & the "YES! i got it at a thrift store!" gold one.

    strangers leaving flowers? how does clint feel about that?

    i told anna that you & she needed to come out for b-fast & oj!

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  16. Great lamp.

    Smile lines just show that you have had a happy life. What good reason do I have for my wrinkles between my brows...none.

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  17. daffodils are my favorite!!

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  18. Smile wrinkles are always a good sign :) And the blue lamp is gorgeous. But where did the daffodils come from?

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  19. Your lamp looks awesome!!

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  20. Fantastic lamp transformation - What kind of spray paint did you use? I love the color! Can you use spray paint to paint a wood dresser???

    And yes, smile lines HAVE to be a good thing!

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  21. I'd love to see it with its shade too...

    Unfortunately I spent half my weekend looking for the perfect lampshade, only to discover that 99% of them in this area are hideous. If anyone has some ideas, let me know.

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  22. Oh also, the daffodils were from someone at church just saying thank you. I love nice people and notes.

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  23. I adore the color you painted your lamp, it looks amazing.

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  24. you make me want to bust out the spray paint!

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