Okay, okay, super cheesy title, I know! I'm off work today and feeling a little extra energized. Just to be clear (in case the husband is reading this...I am getting things done around the house and working on a few furniture projects). I'm finishing up a cute farmhouse table and chairs right now, but I'll share more on that as soon as it's actually finished.
Earlier today I got to spend quality time with some great neighbors! Have I mentioned on here before that I have great neighbors? Well, I do! We live on a cul-de-sac and there are two other families on our cul-de-sac that we have had the privilege of becoming great friends with. We do a dinner share each week (yes, we made up the name!). On Mondays, one family cooks and we all go to their house, on Tuesdays, I cook dinner and everyone comes here to eat, we all have church on Wednesdays, then on Thursdays, the other neighbor family cooks and we all go there. Seriously, it's the most amazing thing ever...3 great meals, and you only cook one of them! Don't get me wrong, I love to cook, but this just works out so perfectly. It also gives us time to hang out and talk with each other about what God is doing in each of our lives and just time to be goofy together. And, rest assured, there is no shortage of goofiness when we all get together.
I could probably go on and on about food and great neighbors, so I'll move on to the main reason you are probably reading...furniture!
Today, I'm sharing with you a project transformation from and old window. Generally old windows are fairly easy to find at garage sales, flea markets, and antique stores. Garage sales are my favorites of course, because I can usually get them for under $5. There are so many ideas of things out there to do with old windows, but for this one, I turned it into a table. These were some legs from a table that was past the point of return and they were perfect for this.
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