I am late getting this post out. I planned on doing it this morning but I had much more important matters on my mind.
Our youngest daughter’s husband was hurt in a paragliding accident last night. He had to be life flighted off of the mountain.
We were very frightened. At first they weren’t sure of the extent of his injuries. He had a lumbar fracture and had to have surgery today. The blessing is that the Dr. said that if you had to break your back that was the best place to do it. Any higher or lower and it would have been very serious. He will have a slow 6 month recovery, but we are just so very thankful that he is going to be o.k.
Now that we know this, I am ready to show the rest of my decorating addiction, Americana style.
In case you missed Enough Already-Part one, I showed the entry, living room, and family room.
Now onto the kitchen:
I recently did a post showing my table. Here’s just a couple of close-ups.
I can’t leave any counter space undecorated. No, uh-uh; that wouldn’t do.
Everything but the kitchen sink. Oh no, I decorate it too.
Even above the kitchen sink. I tell you, no place is safe. I have a corner sink, so I get to do this on both sides.
Oh and yes, I have to have an Americana calendar. Wouldn’t want to forget what month it is.
Now, the master bedroom. Yes, I said bedroom. Not much, but I make quilts so I have to switch them out every chance I get.
This line of fabric was called ‘Prairie Paisley’. I fell in love with it the first time I saw it.
This pic turned out a bit blurry, but I wanted to show you the sweet flag.
Really, other than that all I did was put a couple of flags in my poppy basket. Not too bad, considering the source.
You know, it’s really o.k. to decorate your bedroom Americana. But, you must never do a bathroom.
I knew a lady who once decorated her bathroom Americana. She saw a musical toilet seat on an infomercial. She knew she had to have it so she ordered one. The only problem was that every time she went to sit down it would play the “Star Spangled Banner” and she’d have to stand up.
Ha-Ha! I think I first heard this joke when I was in 6th grade.
Yup, I decorated the bathroom. I just couldn’t resist.
No, I don’t have a musical toilet seat. Darn, wish I knew where I could get one.
Hope I made you laugh, at least just a little.
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