Those veggies are headed for the grill. I very well may be spelling all of those things wrong, and I am willing to live with it, so there!
In the spirit of not being able to leave well enough alone, I have added this piece of fabric to the black side of the new fridge.
Black is just not the right thing for this old funky kitchen.
I LOVE "Modern", as in mid-century, or Danish Modern, but I can't stand contemporary, or minimalist, and that my friends is what a black rectangle reminded me of.
So there you have it.
I added the "dutch master's" print, that I bought 18 years ago at Daisy Kingdom, when we lived in NW. My dining room chairs are covered with it, and I had this big extra piece that I was just waiting for some special project to use it for.
So now I have used it, and I think it works well.
I hemmed up all sides, and attached with with adhesive Velcro, top and bottom.
Maxwell is busy studying a monologue for a play he is trying out for. He has chosen a comedy piece from a book of monologues for children (who knew?).
He has done a lot of "play-labs" at the theatre school, but he wants to try out for a real play, which involves a 1 minute monologue, as well as a song. He is going to sing "consider yourself" from "Oliver", which I happen to remember the lyrics to (form 7th grade choir).
S C A R Y !
Mark is coordinating all of this theatre business, with the help of his father, who happens to be a theatre professor at a university, so I hope it turns out well.
It all makes me really nervous, so I am trying to stay detached from the project.
He is hoping to get a part in "Narnia", but when you audition, you audition for the whole season, so he could get into a play that is not his first choice.
It is all very nerve wracking.