What a fabulous use for a headboard and old bent sideboards!
An old chipped up footboard transformed into an adorable farmhouse laundry shelf.
Finally set up at my new vendor booth at The Great Northwest Vendor Mall – 6206 E Trent, Spokane Valley, WA., open Monday through Sunday 10-6. I also ventured into furniture rehabbing as well as my other salvaged creations. Very excited about this new adventure.
Those early mornings
When dark lies heavy across morning
And the rush of life
Takes away the enjoyment
Of coffee steam and sleepy squirrels
By 7 am you’ve sweated and cleaned and watered and laundered
Somewhere along the way
You lost the joys of small things
Passions that once defined you have become
If you had idle moments you would wonder
How the hell that happened
But idle moments
Are ancient history too
Fourteen years later and he’s going a little cooky, age will do that. But he’s still my best man.
Beautiful hike, we detoured off the trail and went rock hopping the last mile or two.
A several mile jaunt around the Spokane Area.
A lovely stroll through Manito Park with the roses in full bloom.
I learned young
To build a confidence
Maybe even a swagger
In how I carry myself amongst others
A survival mechanism
Created out of necessity
I was raised around dominant men
And I realized early
If I wanted a voice
I had to stand toe to toe
And make them listen
It’s been a part of me for so long
That I don’t even realize it’s on
It’s hard to juggle that
And meet people
It deters and intimidates most
And those it doesn’t are attracted
To the idea of a confident woman
But not the reality of it
I think I scare people when I do drop that guard
I’ve discovered I have no half way
Just on or off with no dimmer switch
And that level of wide open vulnerability
Is uncomfortable to them
I’ve yet to find someone
Who can handle both versions of me
And pretending to be something else
Has never been one of my talents