Thursday, April 20, 2017
Share Your Cup - This Week
Our host this month provided fruit salad, juice, fresh tea biscuits right from the oven. There was a cheese plate and I filled my mug with hot tea.
Everyone is sharing, making plans, praying and getting to know one another on a different level. It's a challenge to keep everyone on track at times because it's loud and joyful.
We always have so much fun. A couple of the ladies brought baking and we collected a few extra dollars money for our overseas missions work.
I found another plate in blue and white. It has the same fluted edge as the Myott/Johnson Brothers ones I have but surprise it was made in Japan. I was surprised to see the mark.
It will fit in just nicely with the pieces I have and at under a $1 and could not leave it there.
I am working through the preparation to make some changes in my place which is a huge stretch for me.
I bought cabinets for the kitchen and tools which I have never owned before. Been spending time at hardware stores and Re-Store retail outlets. Hours of research on line for flooring, shelf brackets, and soon paint.
Many people have been very supportive. I been hearing "It will be alright"
"We survived and are thrilled with the results and so will you"
"I know a guy who paints, builds, does electrical, etc."
The bottle is heavy and very nicely cut to provide the clear and frosted pattern.
The lid looks like metal until you touch it then you know it's plastic. Very good imitation.
It will add some class to a photo down the line. This is my second perfume bottle. Super happy with this one.
A visit to the craft store this week allowed me to bring home 2 picks for the price of one. I bought this bring traditional set and a lighter in pastel colors as well. Should cover most situation.s
A small Battenburg doily under a crackled glass vase with a few marble in the base. Taken against a black velvet background.
Works for me!
Sharing with Jann at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson - Share Your Cup #245.