Friday, January 28, 2011

Snow Delay

(my sunroom is now a snowroom)

Remember when I said I was going to put this up this week?

And was going to finish making these. 

I was also going to make more of these for spring and summer


But then we got this

So we've been doing a lot of this. 

(he wants to be a chef and a scientist when he grows up)

Stay warm and stay tuned. Once school is back in session I'll be back to my old tricks :)
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the gardener's cottage said...

oh julie, drew is precious sitting there in front of the oven. i am looking forward to hearing/seeing about that wallpaper. so you decided to go with the print on the chairs. nice.



jeanette from everton terrace said...

How sweet, everything else can wait I say. The photo of him watching the oven is priceless. My daughter wanted to be a scientist, got a degree in biology but is now in law school - go figure. I think secretly she would like to be a chef :)

carla said...

So precious, love the pictures of Drew. I am sure he can be what ever he wants to be, there certainly is enough talents in his genes.

Adrienne Shubin said...

That picture of your son in front of the oven is adorable.

What lovely memories you are creating with him on your snow days.

And that starfish necklace is gorgeous, by the way.


My Interior Life said...

Too cute. I am so over the snow myself - glad ours disappeared a couple of days ago. Glad you saw my link to you. I was going to email you to let you know. To answer your question, I think the tole table I found was more like $250 or so. So, you got a definite bargain!

Happy Weekend!

Anonymous said...

What joy to bake on winter day. We really enjoyed the snow ever here yesterday. Loads of outside time and lots of sledding with the neighbors. I can't wait to see what you will get yourself into next week. Did you make it to the estate sale today? We do not have great ones here, but the prices are good when they do.

designchic said...

I'm was chuckling to myself as I read you blog this morning - so remember those days. Thrilled to find and follow your's stunning, and your die for!!

Jane Kilpatrick Schott said...

Julie, just tell him a chef IS a scientist! Such wonderful photos of him hard at work.

pve design said...

I really love knowing that I am not alone with a "back-up" of projects while creating a lab for scientists takes center stage....well, that along with snow....!
May I borrow the one of your scientist lurking in front of the oven? That is precious.

Stitchfork said...

Loved days like this when my guys were younger! And the picture of him watching the baking - priceless! Another storm on the way -- more baking!
xo Cathy