After seven loads of laundry and some heavy vacuuming and mopping, it's almost like they were never here.
Steve and I ate dinner at the kitchen counter last night. The dining room table would have just seemed too empty.
After they left, I threw myself into full-on project mode (in between loads of laundry) and finished something that I'd been trying to work on for weeks now.
But alas, I don't even like dogs and up until a few months ago I thought his last name was Beaver. So you can see why neither of those were good options for me, personally.
Design Mom, who is one of my favorite bloggers, made a calendar for her family and offered a full how-to on her blog.
my good old Crayola tray. I actually started out using regular paint and thinning it with water, but the colors weren't as sheer as I wanted them to be. I found that painting the watercolor onto the sponge with a paintbrush worked quite well.
fabric covered push pins. I like to be able to see more than one month at a time. Last night, Steve and I propped March through May up on the coffee table and planned out our spring. It was pretty awesome.
Speaking of spring, it's here and I'm pumped. We're planning on a full weekend of playing in the yard and enjoying the lovely weather. I'll meet you back here on Monday and show you what's blooming!