I'm housebound again. The asthma has kicked in and I was only outside a little bit yesterday.
When I breathe and wheeze the dogs can't figure out what it is! Thank goodness I can get into a doctor on October 1. I took some kind of generic allergy medication I had in the cupboard a bit ago and I'm breathing better.
I just hate not being able to go outside when it's so nice out there now.
Someone asked me to show some more kitchen pics. Here are the shelves with my new dishes. And if you're wondering, yes, my kitchen shelves are always this neat, because I'm a neat freak about it.
Now not everything out of place bothers me so much. I've always been a stickler about kitchen stuff.
No matter what I do I can't get good photos of the bottom cabinets. There's just not enough room to back up.
Here's a question I don't know if I want the answer to. Would you be able to live with a kitchen that looked like a collage? A very colorful collage?
I have another question for those of you with asthma. Do you stay inside in the spring and fall? Because I don't even know what it is outside that aggravates it so.
Last time I brought it on tearing out the vicious murderous vines. Remember that one?
I'm kind of wanting to decoupage the back of my brown living room stand alone shelves with an old torn up book of Bartlett's Quotations.
(I found a used one on Amazon because I've always loved my Bartlett's Quotations and had a copy since journalism school. Actually that very same first copy. Which is probably why it's falling apart.)
I've pondered doing this for a long time. But I wonder if paint and glue aggravate allergies. I think I shall wait until it's a bit cooler before I decide.