Sunday, October 19, 2014

City Farmhouse Pop Up show Franklin, TN


 a random photo tour of the show in early morning light



























Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Instagram LoVe

I'm getting addicted to this quick and easy way to share photos


travel
projects

and pickin'

it's great for networking and checking out similar interests while connecting with people around the world.  I'm just getting started but so far so fun!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Rusty Wire Nest on Iron Salvage Base

I turned this nest up on end and secured to an iron salvage piece


I love the rusty iron/wire combination

Also nice for photos, collectibles, birds, eggs or ?? for a rustic display

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Salvage Assemblage Shadowbox

It's sorta industrial


kinda funky
and definitely one of a kind.

You never know what a project will turn out like when using pieces of salvage.
It's always a fun process.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Curly Wire Hanging Light

Through the delirium of pain (I can't take pain meds) from the aforementioned boo boo

I managed to make this curly open lampshade hanging light

although I hardly even remember working on it!

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Life interrupted

Only Marilyn could pull this look off.  The sudden addition of crutches to my frenetic schedule has thrown me into a zombie state. Dealing with life sans any routine work or activity, let alone hope of golf, zumba, traveling/pickin', or workshop projects has been a startling reality check. Long story short...sports injury = torn calf muscle. Who knew it would render one so helpless, with months of PT and rehab needed to just walk normally again? I sure didn't, or I wouldn't have been diving for the ball that day (pickleball specifically....the "fastest growing sport in the country" and maybe the fastest growing source of sports injury--according to the phys. therapist). Wake-up call: staying active and healthy does not automatically mean injury-free. I'm just grateful I don't need surgery and that I'm kind of starting to walk a bit after weeks of hell. I know others have it far worse so I'm officially over this pity-party (now that I've played my 'blog-for-therapy' card). If only I could figure out how to make crutches look more glamorous!   (p.s. I'm not sure about the upcoming fall show schedule...we'll see how it goes)