Living and loving life with a little blogging on the side!
Look who visited our street Saturday
There is a foal in the picture above... Can you see him? I tried to take a picture of him but he layed down before I snapped this picture. He is under the chin of the brown horse
We have had an variety of different herds coming and going through our neighborhood. Some we know and some we don't. The herd that visited us all last summer has not shown up at least to my knowledge. We have no fruit this year as it snowed several weeks after the spring bloom so the horses do not wander into my yard.... so sad... but I do love to see them up close and personal
So I was reading a blog by Then she made and found this really cool way to make a soup storage can holder so I thought that I would try it myself so I start with a box like this then I cut the end off of my box because my pantry doors would not close because the box was too long then I taped the end I just cut off back to the place i just cut it off of but I tucked in the ends then I cut half way down the place I just taped to make a hole that I can pull the cans from when I need one Here is the finished end of one side next on the opposite side I cut a hole in the top so that I can add new cans to the back as I buy them that way I always use the oldest first next I took scrapbook paper and covered the box
I used this spray adhesive only because I love it! rubber cement will work just fine or what ever glue you wish
and here is my finished product! Woo Hoo I did this in only one hour! not bad I am quite happy with it. see how it works.....cans in back and pull out the front
Magically hanging leaf... just kidding, can you see the spider web?
Love this picture because it captures many things
A unique truck
Inside my environment while working
A gander of what's behind me
A moment in my life recorded :-)
The return of evening storms
The beauty my eyes behold... Grateful for sight
A childhood treat I shockinly found still in production. If you find one give it a go
Trees all over the Sierra Mountain Range fruiting this year
I NEVER! Get tired of these special notes left for me to find.
A secret re-construction of my fathers trailer! He was pleasantly surprised
It only took a little bit of Paint, new wood, some soldering, new reflectors, new electrical wiring, new studs, new tires and a weeks worth of labor, Phew.... Well worth it for the best father around
The startling white of this Hibiscus flower, gorgeous
The last bit of snow left on Mount Rose
More evening thunder, lightening and rain... My fav time of year