Today I am doing better. Not so sorely but a bit woobily. I took a shower today, yeah for me. I have been sitting instead of laying in my bed sleeping. But I do feel a nap coming on.
I couldn't let the holiday go by without some pictures. Our downtown is one big Norman Rockwell celebration for 4 days. Streets closed, carnival rides and food, a parade, reunions, games, and a whole lot of fun. Also the exercise studio is open and classes are full. Tonight is the open house. Hubby will go attend. I will pass for this one. Anyhow, it is cool and our windows are open. I can hear the children playing at the pool in our neighborhood that is across the street from us.
My wagon with some patriotic bears on board......the banner was from one of those online sales. Very cheap and cute.
My pretend mantle, hah. Just a few things I still could find.
Closer view. This Madame Alexander doll reminds me of Betsy Ross. An old baking soda tin and a sweet candle.
The other side, bears of course.
I was in a patriotic swap hosted by Linda of a Very Cherry World. There were only 5 of us participating. The polka dot star on the light blue is mine. I showed it before on another post. I will make a banner from the three little ones. The large one on the right, I may cut down to go with the others.
Then there was Judy, she made the sweet banner for us. It's the one around the bottom. Pretty choices of fabric so well sewn together into it's own banner. So nice of her. The place mat I already had.
Piper got a haircut on the 4th. The groomers (both of the ones we use) have been so backed up from the long winter. His first cut since December. He was really buzzed. Poor guy is so thin. He eats well and we always have food out for him. He just doesn't gain weight. He doesn't even weigh 30 lbs. Any suggestions on what to feed him so he can add a few pounds.