We finally have blinds!
So, here’s the story. After being told that our blinds had hardware removed, they ordered new ones. They weren’t in last weekend. Yeah.
So, we wait another week for the stupid blinds. Granted, they offered us 20% off which made them about $100 each, which wasn’t bad. But it did take about 4 weeks to get the blinds.
When they finally came in, the truck broke down and we had an electrician coming to fix the lights in the spare bathroom. We couldn’t really head out to pick them up. Then it snowed. So, we still couldn’t pick them up.
When they were finally in, we picked them up and promptly started to hang them up. We get the last one, which was supposedly had missing hardware, and the shocking there was hardware in the box. Shut the front door!! What do you mean there’s hardware in the box? Then WTF did we wait almost an extra two weeks for hardware?? *sigh*
We finally have blinds, but now the dishwasher leaked and caused wood damage. To be continued…
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When we were little, there were always these secret golden colored eggs from the Easter Bunny. For the life of us, my sister and I tried to replicate that color. We never could. Not matter what combination of dyes we used, we just couldn’t get that golden color.
Fast forward many years later and my sister has her own daughter. My parents finally let us in on the secret. They used to boil the eggs with onion skins to make that unique, golden color. I saw all of these Easter egg crafts, DIY, and ideas and it reminded me of being a little girl hunting for those magical eggs.
I hope you find some magic in these features from last week.
And now…on to the party!