I can't remember when I bought this chair at an estate sale, it was so long ago.
But I know I had the best of intentions at the very least, to change the fabric. It's been used whenever an extra chair was needed around the dinner table covered with a towel to cover the worn out fabric.
The chair is sturdy with a bit of detail and deserves a much better seat!
This make over I found awhile ago was the inspiration I needed to get this project moving forward.
Here's a sneak peek of the ribbon I will be using...
Green Thumb a florist in town called today to make sure I would be in when they made a delivery... Who would be sending me flowers? It's not our anniversary, not quite Valentines and my Honey has nothing to make up for ; )! And aren't they beautiful...
Plus Chocolate! How thoughtful and totally unexpected! These beautiful flowers are from a woman whose wallet I found while driving to work. She had accidently left it on the top of the car before taking off and I just happened to be behind her. Luckily traffic was light and I was able to pick it up, find her number and return to her. She had just the smallest slip of paper with her name and number and although I felt awkward going through the items I picked up, I knew she would need her wallet back.
Do you have contact information in your wallet should it get lost? I do now!
Thank you for these lovely floweres! They brightened my day!
After a delightful lunch a couple of weeks ago at Broken Bread we were finally able to enjoy a fabulous dinner there. We started off with tri-colored carrots and bleu cheese dip, we had those for lunch and I was looking forward to trying it again. So fresh and crisp with a dressing that doesn't overpower the carrots. Next we had green salads with the freshest lettuces, cabbages and a nice light dressing. These were both enjoyed with warm fresh bread. My honey ordered the Braised Bison Back Ribs with Smashed Roots, Winter Vegetables. I ordered the Clams and Crostini; both were cooked to perfection. I only wish I had thought about taking a quick photo... because it was all beautifully prepared. Luckily I thought about taking one of the dessert:
Panna Cotta with Cherry Rhubarb Jam... Oh my gosh! A perfect finish to a wonderful meal.
What I love about Broken Bread is the seasonings never overpower the fresh foods they prepare. You can find the menu on their blog.
Looking forward to going back for another tasty meal!