October Road Trips Part 2
I had to share one last, not very flattering picture, with you of our Junk Gypsy Pent Up picture! Our sweet “adopted” daughter had the cutest crocheted dress. Can you imagine making that?
Honestly, the last leg was pretty laid back. My sweet seester #2 had a health procedure so I volunteered to take care of her during her convalescence. I’m going to apologize up front for the quality of these pictures. All were taken with my phone and are a little iffy!
I was there ten days! While there, we did get a lot done.
We put out her mums on her bungalow’s front porch.
Did a little Halloween decorating.
Put out her Halloween wreath, signs and pillows on the front porch.
One afternoon I kept hearing a rooster crow. It sounded like it was on the front porch, so I stepped outside to investigate.
Seems Mr. Rooster had escaped from his home and went roaming the neighborhood, chasing all of the children who were out playing back into their homes. I think he was a
lot little aggressive.
My sister’s poor neighbors were cowering inside the front door taking pictures of Mr. Rooster. I couldn’t resist taking a few myself.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
Thankfully we got to spend a lot of time with Beep and the rest of the family. Beep is a little shy of 7 weeks and at that really fun age. Sleep, eat, play for ten minutes. Repeat.
I also helped my sister do a few honey do’s around her house.
I painted her front door.
Aren’t I a good sister? Especially since I haven’t painted my own front door yet!
We also hung a few pictures, as well as 2 sconces in the bedroom, preformed surgery on her dining room table, hung new lights in the bathroom and installed a new shower head.
I did make time to hit up the Hobby Lobby outlet. I’ll share more of what I bought there soon.
After a little meeting to work on closing up our Dad’s estate, it was time to give all of the family a hug and a kiss and wave a great big good-bye.
Honestly, I loved my October road trips part 2, but I think I’m ready to stay home for a little while.
Until next time….