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Friday, August 29, 2014

Pretty Picnics for the Labor Day Weekend

It’s been three days of constant vacuuming, wiping down kitchen counters and making sure toilet seat lids are closed.

How much do you love it when your house is on the market?

Time for something pretty.

.Picnic outside? Re-create this look with flowers from Bouquet Boutique, overlarge pillows from Rylo Interiors or Olive Home and table settings from Du Monde. Ribbons from the Fabric Store.

At 9’ o clock last night Mr. Décor was replacing our front door handle and deadbolt because a showing agent “lost” a key to our home.

Time for something pretty.

picnic party #styling #picnic #piquenique

The house we bid on currently has a very pretty and semi permanent shed that is facing easement issues with the city. Which messes with the title.

Time for something pretty.

super cute picnic idea! Not sure if I can use the pompoms at the zoo without a reservation

Franz the dachshund knows something is amiss and has begun barking for his breakfast every morning now. At 4:45 am.

Time for something pretty.

A Beautiful Summer Picnic! tracithorsonphotography.com

Sweet Guy lost his reading glasses. After a distressing search and rescue they were found.

Time for something pretty.

Easy to decorate the benches at your local park like this!

The Fashionista now needs an inlay on a back tooth due to the dentists’ previous oops.

Time for something pretty.

would be so cute for a bridal or baby shower

With all that, even though I have enough material to write at least a week’s worth of blog posts, I just don’t have the research time. Does that ever happen to you?

Time for something pretty since Fall is COMING!

pvrfait: arefinedwoman: At Last Events: EXPLOREZ Ensemble 2013 | Kha Do Photographie (via TumbleOn)

I hope your holiday weekend will be filled with love and laughter as opposed to labor.

Laura

9 comments :

Rita C. said...

When it rains it pours! Wishing you a composed, do-less weekend, Laura! ps love your humor in spite of it all.

Vel Criste said...

These are all divine and inspiring Laura, hope you have a wonderful Labor Day Weekend!

Linda said...

Thank you for this MUCH-NEEDED post, Laura!! I'm feeling the same way for various reasons this morning.... yes - TIME FOR SOMETHING PRETTY and those photo ideas sure deliver that and so much inspiration. Now I want to get some of those items in the photos!! :)
Hope you have a beautiful holiday weekend,
Linda

Auntie Em said...

Hang in there!
I enjoyed those pretty moments. I won't bother you with the opps things around here but I must remember your method for dealing with them!
Take a few moments for a deep breath and prepare your self for next week. {{{hugs}}}

Pat@Life At Lydias House said...

SO sorry to hear you are still under considerable stress. I'm sure that the end is in sight. Your photos look so relaxing and beautiful! I certainly hope that you enjoy a restful weekend. Sad to hear about the Fashionista's tooth. I can certainly relate as I went in for my cleaning recently only to discover I had an abscess that had to be extracted by oral surgery! Who knew you could have an abscess without having a toothache or any discomfort but I'm not complaining!

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

Two things I love are a clean house and a good picnic, and I don't get either as much as I would like!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

These pictures are all so pretty, Laura.

GSGreatEscaper said...

If it's not one thing, it's another thing! Hang in there Laura.

lynn cockrell said...

I remember those days of having to make sure everything was just so, every single day, and hoping that the right prospect would come along--soon. We didn't know if it was an insult or a complement, but someone(a neighbor we were told by yet another neighbor) kept stealing the real estate signs on the street and from our front yard. We figured either they liked us a lot or thought they might end up with even worse neighbors! Thanks for sharing all the pretty photos, Laura. I enjoyed every single one of them!