Let’s just call this simplicity at it’s best. Enamelware, blue Mason jars, and spring flowers just what every farmhouse needs.
I finally pitched the pinecones that were in the enamelware dish pan and decided I really like the look of it on the table, so back it went with a little freshening up for spring and Easter.
I grabbed my blue Mason jars from the cupboard and purchased a bouquet of flowers from the grocery store and plopped them into water. I took no time at all at arranging them. I wanted it to look natural, like I just walked into the meadow, picked a handful of flowers, and placed them in a jar. (I think I’ve been watching to much “When Calls the Heart” on Netflix) Anyone else watch that series?
Ya know sometimes not over thinking things turns out better anyway. I like the no fuss approach these days. I’d rather be outside working than creating things in the house. Hubby was finally able to start our outside projects and I can’t wait to share with you the changes and we also refinished the wood floors this week.
Oh my I must be getting old my back sure is feeling all the work. Between moving furniture, refinishing, and cleaning out the chicken coop this girl went to bed with every muscle aching for several nights in a row but it did feel good to get so much accomplished. We have company coming for 2 weeks in June so I’d like all the outside projects completed by then…..that’s if my back holds out.
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