Thursday, August 6, 2009

This is what we did today

This is one of those summer days where we have no place to go and nothing to do. I asked the kids if they wanted to go to Boarders because I have a 40% off coupon, but Max just said "Mom, can't we just stay home today?" So this is what we did today.



This is Max at 7:30 in the morning in my room.

I mean, how else are you going to start the day out?


I bought a clock at Walmart, (the store that I have a passionate love hate relationship with). The clock was only $3.00, then I decided to rearrange the pictures in my dining room. I can't tell if it looks really cool or completely dorky. Hanging pictures is not my forte, but it entertained me for about 2o minutes. It is now 11am and I have nothing else to do today. We might take advantage of that boarders coupon after all. Auri recently tore up her copy of Pinkalicious, maybe we'll replace it today.



If you have any advise on how to hang the pictures better, I'd love to hear it.

6 comments:

Kiran said...

These pictures are really clear. I love the arrangemnt. Except- (wait for it. Those red tree balls. Remove those and push the two things on the end a little closer together. VOILA'. Did you do this after my:
Frustation+Judgemental= Creativity

Mama Nirvana said...

That you even have a room as nice as the one in the picture, is absolutely mind boggling to me. It is beautiful!

Amy

Kiran said...

Yes, I must agree with Amy as well. Its so nice and so pretty. Like Pottery Barn came over and copied you!

JAG said...

Hill you are genious!! and all thanks to those boring kids making you stay home, you have an even more beautiful dining room!!

I wouldn't change a thing!

PS I have the same clock in red!!

Boop said...

I vote yes on the dining room picture arrangement. Nice job!

jwise said...

I like the clock and the pictures. But I'm not the best person to ask because hanging pictures isn't my forte, either!! :) All I know is that your house looks gorgeous all the time.

By the way, I love Max's line of stuffed animals. My youngest used to do that with everything.