Anybody else wanna give me stuff? You are more than welcome to.
Posted by Dina at 5:33 PM
I just learned that term, bunkin party, while I was in Arkansas. Anna and I went to visit our friend Tori and had a 3 day bunkin party. Us normal folks say slumber party or sleepover. We had the best time. Our days consisted of eating, laughing, shopping and barely sleeping. FUN!
Posted by Dina at 5:07 PM
Our Sunday School class played whirly ball today. It is so much fun. It's bumper cars meets basketball meets track ball.
Posted by Dina at 4:53 PM
My mom gave me some peeps today. I LOVE peeps! Even though I love peeps more than most adults, I don't like that they make them for all the holidays now. It takes away their specialness. For some reason a snowman peep is just not as appetizing as a yellow chick peep.
I looked on the back at the nutritional info, and there is actually 1 gram of protein in my peeps. I bet the snowman peeps wouldn't have any protein!
Here's another chick. Marcus made grilled chicken sandwiches and mine was shaped like a heart. I figured it was blog worthy.
Posted by Dina at 11:27 PM
Is it bad manners to show a picture of my toilet? At least nobody was on it.
I actually used those saloon doors here:
That is about as close as I get to recycling.
Posted by Dina at 5:32 PM
Did you notice I painted the coffee table? That was on my "to do" list. I love it.
Marcus would sell our house tomorrow and start all over again if somebody offered to buy it. Nobody offer, OK? Thanks.
Posted by Dina at 10:28 PM
Do you see the giant killer alligator on the bottom pot? I just noticed it when I was downloading the pictures. I didn't realize I was so close to getting eaten alive.
The pot stand and the bunny are both from Canton. Oh and so is the "W" flag.
It will really start to look good when all the flowers are in full bloom and the grass is green again.
Posted by Dina at 10:31 PM
That picture makes it look like I eat healthy with the lettuce and oranges in the background. So I feel obligated to show you what I really prefer.
If you've seen my bottom, you know it's not the result of eating salads and fruit. It's mainly made of chocolate and cheese. Maybe the pink colander will change all that. I am pretty sure the cute pink colander is going to change my life. I would say that makes it functional, wouldn't you?
Posted by Dina at 8:55 PM
Then I needed this cute vintage place mat and napkin set. It came with 4 of each.
And a new lampshade for my mason jar lamp. Only $1!
And this shelf for the guest bathroom. I put it up right away. That's not like me.
I filled it with some necessities; spray, reading material, and instructions on how to flush the toilet. My sister made me that cute sign. You have to lift the handle to flush it and some people can't figure that out. After the chain broke twice, we decided a sign was necessary. Thankfully my sister decided a decorative sign was necessary.
Posted by Dina at 10:30 PM