My favorite Disney Character? Well,he is warm and soft and filled with fluff. He loves honey and his best friend is Piglet. As a little girl, I was beyond spoiled. I would only wear clothes from Disney and they had to have Winnie the Pooh on the tag.
As you can see by my smile, I was quite content to just stay the day at Pooh Corner. I did grow up and not all of my clothes have to have Pooh on the tag. This shirt was a Pirate’s of the Caribbean. I might have purchased it at Magic Kingdom.
Pooh Corner is no longer at what we so fondly called Downtown Disney. And the name is now Disney Springs. If you have not been for awhile,you need to go shopping.
I just love watching old movies, especially if they put them in color, because the ladies wore beautiful clothes. So many different outfits with just the right accessories. They were dressed so pretty in lace and chiffon, pearls,and gloves, high heels, gorgeous purses and hats. Applying makeup taken from a little jeweled clutch. Getting the mail, making breakfast, sitting in bed, they were dressed to feel feminine and lovely, and confident and strong.
Some of my favorites movies- Lucille Ball in The Long, Long Trailer, Forever Darling, Yours,Mine,and Ours (Funny Scene when her daughters are trying to help her get ready for a date), and her TV Shows, I Love Lucy. Grace Kelly in High Society, and Alfred Hitchcock’s movies’, Rear Window and to Catch a Thief. Doris Day in Please Don’t Eat or That Touch of Mink and Judy Garland in Easter Parade.
Check out your local Thrift Stores:This dress was found at Goodwill and I feel pretty wearing it!
Can you spy what I was watching slowly moving along?!I had to laugh when I saw this picture. I was so excited about the flowers and animals at the beach in St. Augustine. I never noticed the houses!
Leaving the Sunshine State. Can’t wait to catch rays again soon.
What a beautiful sight. The sun is already prettying up the sky. Banjo pickin’ music is playin. Fort Wilderness! We made it!
Our story does not start here. I believe this will be the middle,I will share more pics as the 4th of July slowly,relaxingly,approaches.
This is our experiences purchasing a fifth wheel that needed some work, some loving, a lot of paint, and updating.
She sat in our drive since last October. Yesterday we left to begin a new camping experience.
Just thought I was chasing one rainbow
Dirty Laundry to Cute Laundry. Decorating our small laundry area.
I can not even call it a laundry room,because it is about the size of a two door closet. So when we first moved in,and even though at the time we had normal size, old washer and dryer,we still had to take the louvered doors and the wood trim off. We could barely get them inside,hooked up,and plugged in.
We tried putting the dark wood doors back on,but this made this tiny space seem so dark and like a cave. When I opened the doors, I braced myself to jump like a cave monster might be hiding on the dryer. Those came off and we tried hanging curtains. This made for a depressing look that we passed several times in a day.
The walls and the long shelf were painted white. So when the curtains were down,anyone saw a plain white laundry area. Which is okay for some people if they have a walk in laundry room and window with pretty curtains.
First, we picked a happy blue sky paint and painted the walls and the shelf. Then we took scraps of wood and cut them in to different lengths. I went on Pinterest to find “CUTE LAUNDRY” room sayings and enjoyed trying my hand at stenciling.
Then,not wanting to place chemicals under the kitchen sink because of grandbabies,we organized the shelf. We lost any type of door or curtain. We hung a cute bag for stuffing plastic bags in. Now, when we walk by,it is our small,cute,organized laundry area.