RH's bedroom is much like my writing room that you've already seen, paneled in Pickwick knotty pine on walls and ceiling. I had planned on doing spring cleaning in there and showing it to you next, and our youngest son was coming in to photograph it professionally for me.
There will be more about him in a post soon as his second season as technical director of the HGTV series "We Bought the Farm" begins later in May.
Last Monday morning RH decided to just put 4 nails in the ceiling molding in my bedroom as I'd been complaining about it being loose and debris falling down from it.
But first he decided to pull the molding loose to look.
If you notice that top right photo, there was nasty debris under the molding. Yuck, someone had not done a very good job in there many years ago.
Four days later RH and a friend had torn down a hideous old tile ceiling, stained and installed a beautiful new fir ceiling, and painted the room.
So sometime soon I'll be showing you that room and hopefully the other bedroom too. But instead of styling and photographing bedrooms for my blog this weekend, we played.
Well, my granddaughters and I did. Their parents and RH worked in the yard. But even they took time out to enjoy being outside and to play with a drone by photographing the surrounding hills.
I personally received a clover blossom necklace and tiara fashioned by gifted hands and even Otis got decorated with a blossom.
And Oreos. She really likes Oreos, and hopping on PawPaw's stomach at night while he's resting.
She knows he's just an old softie inside.
Kind of like Oreos.
And while there's lots of good stuff on the inside, I have to say the outside is pretty sweet too.
I hope your weekend was a good one and that all your change of plans turned out for the best.
And a cookie every once in a while is probably best.