The walls have been painted Sisal and the trim and doors are painted Kiln. Both of these are Martha Stewart Living Colors. You can find them at Home Depot.
Jeff saved this old magazine rack out of the trash at his school. Can you believe someone was just going to throw it away?
This is my desk area. The desk was made by my great grandpa. One day I would like to get a more comfortable chair to sit in.
The middle picture was made by my mom. It has all of the articles that I wrote for the first issue of A Primitive Place magazine. The other pictures are the covers of all the issues I have written in.
This is the picture that my friend, Jerrah, made of out home tour feature in Country Sampler magazine.
My friend Kathy Parker gave me this idea. She told me that she has done something similar for her daughter Johanna Parker and herself. She has put all of the magazines they have been published in in a primitive bucket. She said I should do the same thing, so I did. This box was used by my great grandpa when he gardened. I have placed all the magazines that I contributed to in the box. I really look forward to filling it up even more.
This sign was made by Lisa from Prims From Above. She made it several months ago and I am just getting around to hanging it. I love it!
The magazine rack holds old issues of Country Home, Country Living, and Country Sampler magazines. Of course, A Primitive Place magazine has a special place of honor! There is something about decorating magazines. I cannot throw them away. I have a trunk in the office that is full of old Country Living magazines.
So, there is a tour of my office. I really like it and I know I will enjoy working in this space even more than I did before.
Now, for a quick health update. I had another kidney stone attack last night. It started about 10:00 p.m. and it lasted until about 1:30 a.m. I stayed home from school today just to be safe. I have felt better than I have in a week. I am still really tired, but I can already feel my energy coming back. I think I may finally be on the road to recovery. Thank you all again for your thoughts and prayers. I really appreciate them.
Thank you for visiting Yesterday Once More. I appreciate you stopping by and I hope you will continue to come back as often as possible. Don't forget to look for Yesterday Once More on facebook. I would love for you to stop by there too!
"Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future."
All My Best,