Then Lucy caught a cold. It wasn’t pretty.
She’s the type that likes you to know that she isn’t feeling well. I took this picture because she seemed so angelic and innocent as she napped on the couch. I probably felt this way because she was a demanding and incorrigible patient while she was awake. “I don’t wike dis cup! I kick it!”
You “kick it”? Okayyyy…..
Still, there was work to be done and projects to be tackled. I feel as though I always have Spring Cleaning and organization on the mind. In a meandering walk through a big box decor store, I found this 18″ – yes, it’s gigantic! – lazy susan.
When I was buying it, I remarked to the cashier, “This is huge! I’m so excited.”
I could see her wrinkle her nose, just a little bit, and then she said absentmindedly, “Yes… it is big…”
I felt as though I was reading her mind. “I’m not going to put this on my table. It’s for my pantry.”
Her demeanor changed at once, “Oh! Oh! That’s a great idea. I just didn’t know what you’d do with one so….. large.”
Well, Judgey McJudgerson… I put it in my pantry, and now it’s my little organizational workhorse! If you zoom back to pictures of my original Pantry Overhaul, you’ll see that this shelf was bit laissez-faire in its organization. Now, it’s just as easy to grab my bottle of olive oil, a can of chick peas, or my white wine vinegar! Love it!
Lucy also wants you to know that she’s feeling much better. “I’ne a panda, mommy! See, a panda!”
(‘scuse the ‘cookie beard’. We know how to be crazy on the weekends!)