A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Friday, July 3, 2009

A few snippets from my week

We were blessed with the opportunity
to buy a 25# box of
Bing Cherries for $25.00 (thanks Lisa)
I froze most of them..
thought they looked pretty in this
Yard Sale Milk Glass container
This morning took the knobs off of my stove
one of those projects I forget to do

Knobs soaking in amonia and soap.
I love this black sink in this house.
I didn't think I would at first..
it is easy maintenance !!
Finally got a podiatrist appt.
He wants me to wear this removal cast to imobilize
my left foot and ankle.
He *thinks* I have a peroneal tendon tear or
something. I am waiting to get a MRI...
Now those of you who know me...do
you think I am wearing this ALL the time ?
so...just a few snippets of
life in our neck of the woods...
So what is new with YOU ???
~~deby

13 comments:

jAne said...

(*(*(*( you )*)*)*)

hugs for so many things, but especially your heart, dear deby.

love your sink and the chair full of bowlies and the white stove. :o)

this morning i'm taking a break from paperwork up to my elbows and enough phone calls to warrant a permanent receiver in my ear.


jAne at tickleberry farm

Candy-Faith said...

I super-LOVE your stove!!!! Mine has a black top because you cant find white tops on a white stove around here (strange I know!) Your stove is so pretty.
Your toes are cute too :):)

Becky K. said...

Hi Deby,

Look at those awesome toenails. Love that color. Too bad you have to wear the cast but I am so glad you are going to find out what is wrong.

The deal on the cherries was great.
That will be a nice treat this winter. Yum!

Have a great weekend. Enjoy the Fourth of July.

Becky K.

Mrs. Rabe said...

Love the cherries in the milk glass bowl! Pretty!

I like you black sink! I don't know as I have ever seen one!

Thanks for the reminder about cleaning the nobs...mine are overdue!

Have a wonderful Independence Day, Deby!

HOPE said...

Sorry to know Deby that you have this foot cast thingy!! Hope you mend quickly!! But...it is one way to start a new fashion fad! LOL things stick to velcro so you could embellish it a bit!

Oh yes..those little things we forget often ..to do.

Take care...

HOPE...who is trying to get caught up on my Quilting projects!

Susan B said...

Hi Deby,
So sorry to hear about your foot. I hope you will get the cast off soon! The picture of the cherries is so pretty. I hope you have a wonderful July 4th!

Anonymous said...

These cherries have been delicious!
I shared mine with a few neighbors and froze some and ate ALOT! Are your fingers stained? WEAR THE BOOT! At least as much as possible til you get the MRI...SISTER'S ORDERS! I Love you, Deb...Susie

Vikki G said...

Deby,
the cherries look lovely in your yard sale find....aren't those always great?! Hope your feeling better soon...toes look great though in the shade you have on~haha We all need some levity sometimes...I know that with the shape my feet are in with my Lupus...always cheers me to have my toes done!
Blessings,
Vikki

Rochelle said...

bummer you have to wear that cast but hope it helps... we love finding cherries on sale too... that is a nifty looking stove... love the black sink too!! I hope you're able to celebrate Independence Day in a way that works well for you. We're going to a baseball game tonight and seeing their fireworks afterward, hopefully it'll be fun. take care :)

Sandy said...

Hi Deby,
Hope you and your family have a wonderful 4th of July!!
Blessings,
Sandy

Sharon said...

I hope that you will heal up quickly. It sounds painful! I love your cute toes with polish showing through! Those cherries look so delicious! We have some growing on our trees right now!!!

Happy 4th of July!

Hugs, Sharon

Abounding Treasures said...

The cherries in the milk glass bowl made me think of Gladys Taber ~ she just adored milk glass :o)

Sorry to hear about your foot ~ I know how much you dread MRIs ...

Blessings on the 4th of July Deby!

J-ME said...

What a great deal on cherries - here they are $3 or more per pound. they do look so nice in your dish!