#TBT: Tilghman Island, MD, June 2012

tilghman island maryland osprey

I wrote this post on 4/18/15. It will publish automatically on 4/23/15 at 6am and is part of my #TBT [Throw Back Thursday] series. Back in June 2012, [a few weeks after getting married *happy squeak*] Jim & I flew down to MD to visit his Auntie Alice and her husband Ben. We stayed for a long weekend with them at their gorgeous home on Tilghman Island, MD.

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A Change of Plans for the Girl Cave Bookcase

sanding the purple paint off the small girl cave bookcase

UPDATE 4/20/15: Changed Post Title
Project #4 on my list of projects to accomplish in 2015 is “Paint Small Bookcase in Girl Cave Purple”. The scope of this project recently changed, in part because of something that will be revealed in a forthcoming post, and in part because my parents would love to have it back. So today I completed the project as far as I can in terms of the new scope, so I’m calling it DONE!

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Behold: Our Lovely New Laundry Room Carpet

birdie checking out the square black rug in the laundry room

Updated 4/19/15 with better pictures – mostly because Birdie is posing in them πŸ™‚
OK, remember last week when I ordered the cool little swirly rug for the front hall before realizing it was too small? And then I ordered a bigger one, which is basically a big black square? Yeah, that arrived today. I excitedly laid it out in the front hall, and it fit beautifully! But the door [the inner one which leads from the front hall to the house] wouldn’t open over it! Gah!!!

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OMG Errands.

front entrance hall closet with benjamin moore kendall charcoal paint and fat white hangers

I had today off from work. I had some extra vacation time built up, so I’ve taken 3 Wednesdays off over the past couple months. I like taking Wednesday off because you work 2 days, then have one day off, then work 2 more days, and have 2 days off. I prefer shopping on weekdays because the stores are blissfully vacant, so Wednesdays are perfect for errands.

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