Sunday, July 12, 2009

project giveaway

tell me about a project that are you working on at your home. it can be anything. are you organizing, painting, building, growing, training your children, you get the gist. comment to win these pottery barn salad servers. this is the last set that i have to giveaway like this. you are more than welcome to enter even if you have already won a domestic chick giveaway. giveaway will end on friday at midnight.

~type to you soon~

12 comments:

4kings said...

It is easy to let things at home get away from you. These last two weekends, the hubby and I have cleaned carpets, washed windows, sprayed the yard for clover, glued the side mirror back on his car that I ripped off, cleaned out the fridge and freezer, cleaned out the basement work area,(deep breath) and cleaned out the garage. I was reminded that even though I would rather being playing than cleaning, I am very thankful for the home God has built for our family. He has built the four walls, but most importantly he inhabits these four walls.

Sally said...

Well currently I'm trying to keep up with all the goodies the garden is producing. I've made tons of zucchini bread and pesto. Now I'm trying to figure out how to can/pickle cucumbers. I'm somewhat intimidated by the whole process but I'll let you know how it goes if I do it! So as far as "projects" goes--the garden is calling the shots.

Carrie said...

We will soon be working on the project of moving our son to a big boy bed / room. He is 4 and 44 inches tall so the race car toddler bed that he has enjoyed for over a year and a half now just isn't working very well for him anymore! :) I love the addition to music to your blog. Did you just start that or have I just been missing it? Either way, a lovely touch!

Mushi said...

The next project is to paint the kitchen- but I'm stumped on the color!

There's No Place Like Home said...

I removed the carpet and padding from my stairs, sanded the treads then stained the treads and painted the risers. I had to remove the particle board that was the landing and replace it with new wood and a stair tread. I have the bottom half completed and now it's on to the top set of stairs! It's looks so much better!

shannon said...

Training Children...and myself! I'm working through a book right now that I had bought to help me with the training of one of my children. I'm finding that it's first working on my heart. It's a slow process, but one I pray that God will move in in a BIG way.

KJ said...

My current project is switching over from regular clothes to maternity clothes again. Exciting on one hand, and depressing on the other:)

soccermom said...

Ditto on the music--I really like it! So many projects...remove final room of our house of wallpaper, yeah!! It's the kitchen so it will be a big job. Next one is finding bunk beds for the boys since later this year they will be sharing a room (and I thought things were crazy now!!)

sclinken said...

Tim and I just finished redecorating our livingroom with one more project for me-recovering our ottoman. Trying to save money by not buying another one:) We also were very moved by Ken Ham on Sunday and are starting to have a time everynight where we meet together with our girls and read/study God's word

Amy Coomes said...

oh the projects around here! My husbands dad is coming this weekend to finally finish our half bath and to change out some more light fixtures! But one of my favorite projects are my scrapbooks! It is constant and something I LOVE to do!

LouAnn said...

I have so many projects... but next week while the kids are at VBS in the mornings I'm going to finish some sewing - with uninterupted time! God willing! :)

The Domestic Chick said...

this is a comment from a friend of mine who does not have a blogger account yet...

I can't help but notice how much the glass beads on these servers match the juices bubbling over in my oven on my latest project, blackberry pie. Thanks to sweet
little, berry stained helpers ranging in age from 3 - 7yrs old. Our family very much appreciates you familiarizing us to the local hidden treasures of Northern Kentucky! Tonight our bellies thank you!! mmmmmmmmm!!!

thank you sooo much!!

Tara